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A group of fundraisers from Aughton is inviting people to join them at a coffee morning to raise funds for a local cancer charity.

On 13th March the Aughton Committee of North West Cancer Research (NWCR) is hosting the event where guests can enjoy freshly brewed tea, coffee and biscuits.

There is also a raffle and stalls selling cards, gifts and home made cakes. North West Cancer Research Incorporating Clatterbridge Cancer Research is made up of a merger between North West Cancer Research Fund and Clatterbridge Cancer Research. Carolyn Kinsey, Secretary of the Aughton Committee said: “We host regular coffee mornings and they’re a great opportunity to catch up with friends and new guests, whilst supporting a fantastic local charity. We’re very thankful for how well supported our events are and we hope this coffee morning will be the same.”

Anne Jackson, Chief Executive of NWCR said: “I cannot thank the Aughton committee enough for their tireless fundraising.

Our fundraising committees are the backbone of the charity and without their generous donations we would not be able to support high quality, innovative research leading to a better understanding of cancer.”

The coffee morning is at WI Hut, Town Green, Aughton on Wednesday 13th March, 10am – 12pm. Admission is £1.50 on the door which includes tea, coffee and biscuits.

For more information about the charity please visit

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