Bridlington has been going ‘Coffee Morning Crazy’ over the past few weeks for a great charity cause.
Several business and charity groups around the town got the kettles boiling and cakes baking to raise funds for the Great MacMillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning.
The Bridlington veterans groups MASH, held their event a few days earlier to coincide with the meeting day, and dozens of members enjoying coffee and cakes at their Bridlington Town clubhouse.
Staff and volunteers at the Hinge Centre got into the swing of things with a cake stall, bric-a-brac and raffle event at their centre on Field Road in the town.
Polly’s Hobby Hut on Manor Street held a drop-in coffee morning, with the Mayor visiting to sample cakes and a brew. Owner Rachel Gilson said; “The event was really well supported and we raised over £260. Our cakes were supplied by Connie’s Cakes and we also held a raffle. I would like to thank the many people that visited us and made the morning a success.”