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Sweet success as reopened tearoom in Denver raises charity funds on second day




A tearoom in Denver which reopened at the weekend for the first time in over six months has raised more than £300 for charity from a fundraising day on Saturday.

More than 100 people packed into the Millstone Tearoom at Denver Windmill on Saturday, after its first day open on Friday, for the fundraiser for Cancer Research UK.

Manager Jill Wells said: “It went really well, on Saturday we were absolutely full to bursting.”

Re Opening of the Millstone Tearoom at Denver Windmill, also holding a Cancer Research UK cake bake etc fundraiser..Millstone Tearoom Manager Jill Wells, with her daughters LtoR, Jemma Eaglen (12), Beth Eaglen (21), Chloe Eaglen (23). (6928173)
Re Opening of the Millstone Tearoom at Denver Windmill, also holding a Cancer Research UK cake bake etc fundraiser..Millstone Tearoom Manager Jill Wells, with her daughters LtoR, Jemma Eaglen (12), Beth Eaglen (21), Chloe Eaglen (23). (6928173)

Cake sales and a raffle, organised by Ms Wells’ daughter Jemma, 12, raised £310.57 for the charity. MLNF-19PM02006

Ms Wells added: “Everyone said how lovely it was to see it back open, we had nothing but positive comments.

“I couldn’t be happier with how it’s gone.”

The Millstone Tearoom is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

Ms Wells is pictured with her daughters, from left, Jemma Eaglen, 12, Beth Eaglen, 21, and Chloe Eaglen, 23.



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