Beacon Primary School pupils' breakfast aids cancer suffers

BEACON Primary School youngsters joined thousands of people across the UK to raise much-needed funds for a national cancer charity.

BEACON Primary School youngsters joined thousands of people across the UK to raise much-needed funds for a national cancer charity.

The pupils' school hall was turned into a caf� and served up French breakfasts for the children and their family members, who

tucked into croissants and hot chocolate in aid of the Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning.

The cash raised at the event will help people affected by cancer, by providing essential support and care for sufferers and their families.


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