TV and radio presenter Pamela Ballantine is joining forces with M&S to help launch a special World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event for Macmillan Cancer Support at the M&S Café at M&S Lisburn store today (Friday).
Starting at 10am, Pamela will help get the coffee morning and fundraising activities underway.
These will include: special tasting of a selection of M&S Café products; visit by popular Macmillan mascot, Muggy; M&S baristas and store managers compete in a ‘Latte Art’ challenge; face painting and balloon modelling for children; display of children’s art designed especially for the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2013 campaign.
Customers coming into M&S Lisburn Café that morning will be joining over five million people across the UK who are expected to take part in coffee morning.
Macmillan is aiming to raise over £15million to help ensure that no one faces cancer alone.
Ryan Lemon, Store Manager at M&S Lisburn said: “The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning provides a great excuse to gather with friends, family, or work colleagues, put your feet up and enjoy a cuppa and a slice of cake and all in aid of a worthwhile charity.”