Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Hatfield Peverel Coffee Mornings are back for 2023!

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity are delighted to announce the re-launch of their monthly coffee mornings in Hatfield Peverel!

The events will be held four times a year; 18th February 17th June 16th September and 16th of December from 10am to 12pm at their Mid Essex Support Centre, The Street, Hatfield Peverel CM3 2EH (free parking).  Entrance is only £4.00pp which includes unlimited tea, coffee and cake as well as one entry into our raffle!

Our coffee mornings are open to anybody in the community families and friends alike! information and support regarding their cancer services will also be available for those who request it. We do have a lovely garden so when the sun is shining guests and their dogs are welcome to use our outdoor seating areas.

We look forward to welcoming all our previous attendees back and hope to see lots of new faces. We are always on the lookout for tea, coffee, and cakes so if you want to brush up on your baking skills, we’d love to receive any donated baked goods! Baking can be therapeutic while also putting delicious treats on the table for a good cause – it’s a win win!” 

Community Fundraiser Gemma Woodhurst said “Our coffee mornings are relaxed, friendly and anyone new would be made to feel most welcome from our fantastic volunteer organisers.  The cakes and scones are delicious! They are an informal way to get to know the centre should you wish to seek our support which has helped so many take that step through the door. All funds raised from our coffee mornings allows us to continue providing support to those living with cancer within your local community.”

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