World’s Biggest Coffee Morning opportunity

by | Apr 7, 2016 | News | 0 comments

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Garden centres without caf?s are being given the chance to participate in this year?s ‘Macmillan World?s Biggest Coffee Morning’ on September the 30th. This is thanks to tea and coffee equipment and product supplier Caf? Works.

According to the organisers, any retailers looking to host an event can borrow equipment from the Shropshire-based provider of tea and coffee-related products.

Caf? Works? boss, Jacques Farmer, said: ?We?re more than happy for garden centres to have one of our fully automatic Bean to Cup machines and to sell the coffee to raise funds for this wonderful charity.

?We?re keen to hear from anyone interested as soon as possible, as of course the loan of our equipment is subject to availability. We anticipate this idea will prove to be very popular, as it is such an excellent cause to support.?

The World?s Biggest Coffee Morning?is Macmillan?s largest fundraising event for people facing cancer. During it, the charity asks people from across the UK to host their own coffee mornings and donations on the day are made to Macmillan.

Jacques from Caf? Works said: ?Caf? Works is ?more than just tea and coffee? ? hence why we like to support events like this. We do everything from offering sound advice to selling great equipment and products, and have innovative ideas to help our clients solve the various problems they might have.”

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