Alford Brownies are hosting a coffee morning next week to raise money for Billy’s House in Nottingham, which helps the families of young cancer sufferers.
The coffee morning will take place on Saturday November 1, between 10am-12pm at Alford Methodist Church.
The £1 entrance fee will include coffee, tea and cakes. There will also be games, bric-a-brac and a tombola.
Alford woman Emma Wrenn, the Brownie Leader, is the mother of young Keira who has been fighting a rare brain tumour since summer this year.
Billy’s House, which is part of children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent, relies on voluntary donations and helps to provide accommodation for families of young patients when they have long visits to hospital for cancer treatment.