Coffee day serves up cash for Manorlands

Keighley News: Manorlands fundraiser, Matthew Binns, receives a cheque from Kath Neal and her daughter, Jenny Manorlands fundraiser, Matthew Binns, receives a cheque from Kath Neal and her daughter, Jenny

Proceeds of a popular annual coffee day have been served up to Manorlands.

The latest event staged by Kath Neal at her Haworth home raised £3,327.

Attractions included a cake stall, tombola, raffle and bric-a-brac.

Kath has held the extravaganza in support of the hospice since 1993, and proceeds now total more than £35,000.

She is supported by daughters Jenny and Rachel plus family friends.

Kath said: “I’d like to thank the hundreds of people who came along and supported us, making all the time and effort put in to organising the event worthwhile.”

Manorlands-based Sue Ryder regional fundraiser, Matthew Binns, paid tribute.

“The support Kath and her family and friends have given to the hospice over the decades is incredible,” he said.

“Every year they find the motivation and time to organise one of the largest coffee days in the area, and we are very grateful to them for the thousands of pounds they raise. This will help us to continue providing our crucial services, both at the hospice and within the local community.”

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