Sweet Success for Yorkshire Cancer Research, thanks to Jean content
A Huddersfield coffee morning and cake stall has raised £1,600 toward cancer research in Yorkshire.
Jean Boothroyd, from Fenay Bridge held the event for Yorkshire Cancer Research on 30th September at The Wesley Centre, Almondbury Methodist Church. Yorkshire Cancer Research funds pioneering cancer research to help more people survive cancer, in Yorkshire and beyond. The funds raised by Jean will help continue this vital work.
As well as selling her delicious home baking on the day, Jean sold cakes in the run-up to the coffee morning. The event also featured a charity raffle, chocolate tombola and book stall, organised by Jean’s friends, and was supported by members of the charity’s Huddersfield Volunteer Group.
Jean has hosted an annual coffee morning to raise funds for Yorkshire Cancer Research since 2016. Over the years, she has raised £8,700 for the charity.
Jean said: “A special thank you to my family, friends, everyone at Almondbury Methodist Church and our wonderful supporters. We are delighted to have raised an incredible amount.”
Jane Dutton, Chair of the Huddersfield Volunteer Group, said: “Yorkshire Cancer Research would like to thank Jean, her supporters, and friends at Almondbury Methodist Church. The amount raised over the years is incredible and will help to fund world-leading cancer research in Yorkshire.”
Emma Jacob, PR Officer
Yorkshire Cancer Research