Raising money for a good cause proved a piece of cake at Cundall Manor School.
Pupils, parents, and staff indulged in some homemade sweet treats as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s annual World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
The event was organised by the Business Studies pupils from Year 10. Henry, from Thirsk, said: “We wanted to do our bit by raising funds to support such a worthwhile cause and also raising awareness of all the great work Macmillan Cancer Support do throughout the year.”
Kit, 14, from Ripon added: “It is a great experience to be able to help such a great cause.”
Fellow fundraiser, Matthew, added: “Baking all the cakes and organising the event was great fun. We would like to say thank you to everyone who kindly donated to the cake sale.”
The pupils raised over £100 for the cancer support charity which last year raised over £25 million nationwide through the coffee morning event alone.
Marketing Manager at the school, Paul Swalwell, added: “Raising and giving is always an important part of what we do at Cundall and our generous community have proved again that they are willing to join in and take on the challenge.”
To find out more about the Macmillan Coffee Morning, visit coffee.macmillan.org.uk.