Charity Coffee Afternoon Raises a Latte Money at The Place Up Hanley

10/2/18, 9:40 AM

Coffee Afternoon 8.jpgA Safe Harbor care home in Stoke-on-Trent hosted a coffee afternoon yesterday to raise money for charity.

Residents and guests took part in a fun, cake-filled afternoon at The Place Up Hanley with musical entertainment provided by local charity fundraiser, Geoff Salt.

All cakes and biscuits were handmade by head chef, Beata Curzytek, and fresh ground coffee was served from the coffee shop.

Donations of mugs, plates and bowls were kindly given by Moorland Pottery and Portmeirion.

Guests from the local area joined in with dancing, painting and tombola. 

The event raised £80 which will be split between Douglas Macmillan Hospice and the resident's comfort fund.

Dougie Mac are a charity based in Stoke-on-Trent who provide free care to thousands of people each year suffering from life limiting illnesses.

Safe Harbor care homes provide residents with a full activity schedule tailored to their individual needs. Events are planned throughout the year and everyone from the community is welcome to attend. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest updates.

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