Morning tea has never tasted so good

Brews up ... From left, Sudbury mayor Tony Platt, Susan Gale, Jacqui Howells, Lesley Ford-Platt and Shirley Smith enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake in aid of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning.

Brews up ... From left, Sudbury mayor Tony Platt, Susan Gale, Jacqui Howells, Lesley Ford-Platt and Shirley Smith enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake in aid of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning.

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HOMEMADE cakes were devoured and countless cups of coffee drunk as supporters of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning turned out in Sudbury.

The town’s Tourist Information Centre in Gaol Lane organised the event on Saturday morning as part of a national day of fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Staff baked cakes, brewed teas and handed out biscuits as they raised £130 for the charity, which provides support for people living with cancer.

Susan Gale, tourism assistant at the centre, said: “The morning went very well and we are really pleased with the amount of money we made.

“There were plenty of cakes made by people at the town hall and everyone who came along seemed to enjoy them.”

A raffle was also held during the event, and Mrs Gale said staff were keen to repeat the coffee morning next year.

“We have run the event before and it is always nice to raise money for charity and meet some lovely people,” she said.