Video: Portsmouth pastor takes cream pie in face for Macmillan Cancer Support

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FUNDRAISERS splattered a church pastor with cream pies in the name of a good cause.

There was plenty of laughter and goodwill as City Life Church, in Baffins, Portsmouth, hosted a fun day to raise cash for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Pastor Dan Harman gets a pie in the face from his wife Laura ''Picture: Allan Hutchings (151557-160)

Pastor Dan Harman gets a pie in the face from his wife Laura ''Picture: Allan Hutchings (151557-160)

Guests enjoyed home-made cake, made crafts and children played on a bouncy castle.

City Life pastor Dan Harman allowed visitors to throw pies at him – with his father-in-law Paul Keeping having the first go. The event was organised by mum-of-one Heather Smith, who wanted to support Macmillan and the work it does after her husband’s grandfather Doug died of cancer.

Heather, 31, of Baffins, said: ‘Macmillan was fantastic and we wanted to honour those people who came to help, but equally to support others and raise funds in the community and work with the community. Everyone has been touched by cancer in one way or another.’

Everyone has been touched by cancer in one way or another.

Event organiser Heather Smith