Images by Gaby Richardson.

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning brought to you by Macmillan Cancer Support returns on Friday 29th September 2017.  Having raised a total of £29.5 million in 2016, this year’s event aims to raise even more vital money for people living with cancer.

Purdy’s Tea Room based at Woodgate Nursery in Aylsham will be hosting a Macmillan Coffee Day on Friday 29th September, which includes a charity raffle to win a hamper full of tea room and nursery goodies (worth over £50).

Pop along from 10am to 4pm and catch up over a cuppa, enjoy some gorgeous treats – and help raise money so that no one will have to face cancer alone.

All hot drink proceeds sold throughout the day will be donated to the charity, with the tea room also offering Macmillan themed cakes.

Lisa Smith, tea room manager, comments ‘This is our fifth coffee day hosted at Purdy’s and with every coffee slurped, crumb dropped and conversation shared we will continue to help Macmillan support people affected by cancer’

The coffee morning will once again be sponsored by Calypso Coffee.

For further information please contact:

Stuart Morton – Purdy’s Tea Room Owner

Cawston Road, Aylsham, Norwich, Norfolk

[email protected]

07769 553295

About Woodgate Nursery

A traditional plant nursery located just outside the beautiful market town of Aylsham, the business was established in 1982 by Peter Purdy as a hobby.

With a passion for gardening, Peter started growing plants on a plot of land backing on to this house, selling his creations by the roadside. Fast forward a few years and today this hobby has grown into Woodgate Nursery. A thriving business stocking more than 700 varieties of Herbaceous Perennials, shrubs, vegetable plants, trees, ferns, roses, hedging and bog plants.

But what hasn’t changed is Peter’s wish to provide customers with the best possible range of plants along with friendly, personal service.

Open 7 days a week

9am – 5pm: April to September

9am – 4pm: October to March

Tel: 01263 731510

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