Shop Workers Donate £370 to Charity from their 2-day Workshop
A big contribution for a noble cause has been recently reported by a shop and its efficient workers. The news is talking about the workers of the Trentham Gardens branch of Whittards, the specialist tea and coffee shop, who took part in an initiative held by Marie Curie Cancer Care's A Blooming Great Tea Party and raised more than £370 for the support of the charity.
In their attempt to serve the purpose, the shop workers ran a special fund-raising event for two days in which they not only served their specialty but also they arranged for a raffle, and nail and face paintings.
Over the two day workshop, the workers of the coffee shop sold 12 flapjacks, 15 cups of tea, 20 pecan tarts, 25 cups of coffee, 30 slices of cake, 165 cupcakes and 180 biscuits, which all contributed good amount for the charity.
Regarding their collection, the store's manager, Mr. Steve Greppellini-Pledger, said: "Our customers were delighted to help us raise money for such a great charity."
In her statement, Ms. Janice Eastwood, Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie has also thanked all the workers at the coffee shop for working efficiently to rock the tea party that was held for a noble cause.
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