The borough is set to unite this week in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event getting in full swing this morning.
Dozens of coffee mornings will be taking place in and around Accrington to raise funds for the cancer charity.
Hyndburn mayor Marlene Haworth will be attending events over the course of the week and paid tribute to all those involved.
She said: “I am looking forward to it, Macmillan is one of my mayoral charities as it is a charity close to my heart.
“I chose it in memory of former councillor Pam Barton who lost her battle with cancer earlier this year.
“She was a big supporter of Macmillan and like her I think these people do a fantastic job.”
This year Macmillan estimates that over 220,000 people across the UK will register to hold a coffee morning, with over 5 million cups of coffee and 12 million slices of cake due to be consumed.
A Macmillan spokesman said: “With 2.5 million people currently living with cancer, this year Macmillan needs more people than ever to get involved. Every cup of coffee bought, cake baked and laugh shared at a coffee morning helps Macmillan to continue to providing vital services and support to ensure no one faces cancer alone.”
Events in Hyndburn include:
Jubiilee Works, 52 Blackburn Road, Church, on September 25 from 8am
Interval Cafe, Accrington and Rossendale College, September 25 from 9.30am.
NLTG, the Old Bakery, Grange Lane, Accrington on September 25 from 9.30am.
Scaitcliffe House, Accrington on September 25 from 10.30am
Balmoral Road, Accrington on September 25 from 10.30am
Dukes Brow, James Avenue, Great Harwood on September 25 from 2.30pm
Park Crescent, Fern Gore, Accrington on September 25 from 11am
Contact Centre, 1st Floor, Town Hall on September 25 from 11.30am
St John’s Stonefold School, Rising Bridge on September 25 from 9am
The Civic Arts Centre, Oswaldtwislte on September 25 from 10am
Arthur Wilson Centre across from Clayton Library (Clayton Library Knit and Natter Group) on September 25 from 12noon
Crowning Glory Hairdressers, Whalley Road, Clayton-le-Moors on September 25 from 12.30pm
Townfield and Coachhouse, Church Street, Great Harwood on September 25 from 2.30pm
Byron Close Community Centre, Tennyson Avenue, Accrington on September 25 from 3pm
Barbara Kay’s Shop, Whalley Road, Accrington on September 25 from 3.30pm
The ‘Perfect Polish’ shop on Queen Street in Great Harwood September 25 from 10am
Willow Close community centre off Lower Barnes Street in Clayton-le-Moors on September 25 at 9am
Churchfield House, Great Harwood on September 26 from 1pm will include stalls and entertainment
Woodlands Home for the Elderly in Clayton-le-Moors September 27 from 2pm
St Joseph’s Parish Hall on Belgarth Road, Accrington on September 27 at 10.45am.
Rhyddings Methodist Church on Watson Street, Oswaldtwistle will be holding a coffee morning on September 29 from 10am to 12noon
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