Emma Reynolds, Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton North East, attended eight coffee mornings on Friday 25 September in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief. Emma visited Perry Hall Primary School, The Children’s Village on Graiseley Lane, Wednesfield Community Centre, Pickering Road Community Association, the Castle Inn on Wood End Road, the Hub at Ashmore Park, Low Hill Community Centre and Long Knowle Primary School. All the events were in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief as part of their World’s Biggest Coffee morning campaign.

Emma said “It was wonderful to visit so many coffee mornings in my constituency. I enjoyed every one of the eight coffee mornings that I attended. All the events had lots of fun activities, with raffles, tombolas, face-painting and many other games for children and the whole family. The people of Wolverhampton have really got together and worked hard to raise money for Macmillan, and have enjoyed a cup of coffee and a piece of cake in the process. Many of the cakes on offer were magnificent, and would be a treat for anyone with a sweet tooth.”

“I would like to thank everyone who helped run all of these events across the city, and everyone who donated cakes or came to have a cup of coffee. The money raised by these coffee mornings will be vital in helping Macmillan to provide support to people living with cancer and their families.”