MW Polymers raises over £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support after hosting coffee morning with a twist

MW Polymers has raised £581 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support during its recent coffee morning. The team sadly lost a colleague to cancer earlier in the year and wanted to give thanks for the care they received. The event, which was held on Wednesday 26th September, was part of ‘The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’.

Mike Wild, Founder and Managing Director of MW Polymers, said: “Cancer is a subject close to all of our hearts. We all know someone who has been affected by cancer and we wanted to host a coffee morning with a twist to try and raise as much money as possible.”

The team at MW Polymers welcomed special guests from the Rudge Motorbike Association and local Rolls Royce club. The impressive line-up of vintage bikes included Rudge, BSA, Triumph, Monarch and Clyno. These were joined by a number classic and vintage of Rolls Royce cars including pre-war Silver Ghosts, Phantoms and Bentleys.

Mike continued: “The team and I would like to thank everyone who baked for the event, attended and donated. It means a lot to us and we’re extremely pleased to have had the opportunity to support such a great cause.”

After the event finished, the leftover cakes were donated to a local care home, Ada Belfield House, in Belper.

Macmillan Cancer Support is one of the largest charities in the UK and provides specialist care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.

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