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A HOUSEBUILDING firm is putting the kettle on to raise charity cash.

David Wilson Homes is to open its doors at developments in Havant, Clanfield and Waterlooville in aid of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The housebuilder hopes this year’s events will be bigger and better than ever before.

Sales director Michelle Storer said the Macmillan Cancer Support event is a key date in the fundraising calendar and the housebuilder is delighted to be inviting people to join in with the fundraising efforts at Manor Farm in Havant, Windmill View in Clanfield and Purbrook Place in Waterlooville.

She said: ‘Cancer touches so many people’s lives and the coffee morning is a great way for everyone to get involved in the fundraising effort.

‘Last year more than £20m was raised through the coffee mornings and we hope to be part of the effort to break that barrier this year.’

She said the concept of being involved in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning has captured the imagination of everyone within David Wilson Homes: ‘Our sales teams are all keen to host events for visitors and those who have already moved into our developments in the area,’ Ms Storer added.’

David Wilson Homes staff will be inviting people to give donations for thier coffee and cake at each of their upcoming events.

The coffee mornings will be held on September 27 from 10am to 5pm.

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