Dronfield cops raise more than £160 following coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Support

Posted on 6th October 2017
Dronfield Macmillan coffee morning follow up- Oct 17 PC Kim Holden (North Division Cadet Coordinator), PC Sally Horner (Dronfield Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team), Superintendent Michelle Shooter and Chief Superintendent Rachel Osbourne (North Division Command Team)

The Dronfield Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team raised more than £160 for Macmillan Cancer Support after hosting the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning at the local police office.

Officers put their baking skills to the test for the charity event on Friday, September 29, which also gave residents the chance to chat to the team and saw the Mayor of Dronfield drop in.

After the event, officers took left over cakes to the Civic Centre to sell and help bolster funds for Macmillan.

PC Sally Horner, of the Dronfield Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Thank you to everyone who called in to the event for a cake and a cuppa, and also to Sainsbury’s in Dronfield and the Co-Op at the Civic Centre for their donations refreshments and supplies for the event.

“I’m delighted that we raised £166 for Macmillan, a very worthy charity that works to support people diagnosed with cancer and their families.”

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