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A huge thank you to all who helped support our Macmillan Coffee Morning this morning. It was great to see so many of you in school. It was lovely to welcome back Mrs Walton (Linnea and Simeon's mum) on a family visit from Germany, Jamie (a former pupil) and Mrs Parsons (recently retired and much loved TA) and to warmly welcome some new faces to school.

A very special thank you to Cath (Mansfield) for organising and advertising the event and Debbie for the 'in-house' organisation. A very big thank you to all who baked cakes, donated hamper prizes for the raffle or helped out on the day, all in aid of such a good cause! We raised £130 for this great cause.

The photos are courtesy of Debbie, who sneaked the camera in for a few minutes!

We look forward to seeing you at next month's regular Community Coffee Stop!

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