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Wereham coffee morning features giraffe




Coffee morning organisers at Wereham raised a massive £1,438 for Macmillan - with a little help from a six-foot tall giraffe.

Gerry the giraffe was the main raffle prize at the event which took place in the village hall on Saturday.

"He was a big attraction," said Angela Goddon, who organised the coffee morning with her friends.

Macmillan Coffee Morning at Wereham Village Hall, organised by a group of friends from the village..LtoR, Janet Winter, Sue Chandler, Jayne Mackay, Angela Goddon with her great niece Amy Bullman, Pauline Holland, they are pictured with the Gerry Giraffe raffle prize. MLNF-21PM09155
Macmillan Coffee Morning at Wereham Village Hall, organised by a group of friends from the village..LtoR, Janet Winter, Sue Chandler, Jayne Mackay, Angela Goddon with her great niece Amy Bullman, Pauline Holland, they are pictured with the Gerry Giraffe raffle prize. MLNF-21PM09155

"We are delighted with the amount we raised. It came from raffle ticket sales, donations, collections, from crafts people who had stalls and, of course, for everyone who came for coffee and the delicious home-made cakes."

The coffee morning lasted for about two hours and included Wereham Craft Group's stall, a bric-a-brac stall, games and a stall



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