The BIG Wren Macmillan coffee morning


On Friday the 30th September, we showed our support for Macmillan’s “World’s Biggest Coffee Morning”, raising a grand total of £5,656.13 for the charity!

As a business built on family values, it’s really important to us to give back to our local communities by helping families who face a cancer diagnosis. In our HQ, manufacturing plants and showrooms, we gathered together and enjoyed coffee and cake in aid to help people affected by cancer.

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With competitions, awards and delicious cakes, we had a great morning, and raised a fantastic amount for Macmillan!

Here are some of the highlights…

Linda Presenting Best Baker Award

Our bake-off winner was Laura Porter from IT with her Gin & Tonic cake, winning her a bottle of champs, apron, cookbook and of course Best Baker award.



The mouth-watering selection they enjoyed at Norwich!


Norwich Showroom won the Most Donated / Raised award – great work! from Damon Durrant had his team.

A big thanks to Nardia, AGM who help organise Norwich’s coffee morning along with wives, mums and many others who pulled on their (oven) mitts to make a difference.



Southampton Showroom managed to win the Best Display award and also managed to raise £341! – Congrats to Alice Watts and her team, plus Magda the cleaner.

The money Wren raised in one morning could help pay for a Macmillan nurse for around six weeks, which would make a massive difference to those affected by cancer

The World's biggest coffee morning

This year hundreds of thousands of people took part, raising over £27 million to provide practical and emotional help for those who need Macmillan. Let’s work together to help Macmillan smash their target and help even more people! You can donate to Macmillan via their website by clicking here.

Charity partners - Wren kitchens and Macmillan

A big thanks also goes to…

Samantha at Zebra Print for all her help setting up and selling, plus giving out the prizes. Sandy and her team at “Peckish” for making some lovely cakes.  Sue Lindley and Kirsty Tuplin for helping with the day and organisation of the event, and of course Linda Barker for judging the Bake-Off.

…but again to all that participated, bought cakes, donated, made cakes, entered the raffle, a big thank you to you all!


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