Kettles were set to boil across the area on Friday and Saturday as part of the Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event.
Boots in Coningsby with the help of a donation from the New Coningsby Surgery raised £351.45 while at Windley’s Kart Track, Anne Windley organised an event, raising £530.
Head Housekeeper at The Inn in Woodhall Spa, Daphne Robinson, was the mastermind behind the hotel’s coffee morning, raising £502, while in Bardney, Vera Colley and her friends and family helped to raise £210 and thanked all who came to their coffee morning for the support.
At the Allan Barker Pavilion in Coningsby, Paula Nelson and her mum Marian Dunholme organised a coffee morning for the second year and raised £225.
Colin Sharpe opened the event arriving in a dress. Marian made all the cakes and the left overs were taken to St Michael’s School.
Minting Village Hall played host to a vintage fair and tea party and events were also held at Ancaster Court in Horncastle, at Woodhall Spa Library and St Peter’s Hall in Woodhall Spa.