People in Rugby are putting on the kettle and brewing up to help people with cancer.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has invited constituents to join him at his coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Mr Pawsey said: “I support Macmillan Coffee Morning every year and I am happy to be holding my own event.
“I have a family member who received support from Macmillan and I am very happy to help raise money for a great cause.”
The event starts at 10.20am on Friday, September 26 and will be held at Mr Pawsey’s office in Albert Buildings, 2 Castle Mews, Rugby.
Another coffee morning is taking place at John Taylor Funeral Service, 30 Regent Street, Rugby, from 10am to 2pm.
Rugby woman Paula Dew is holding an event - complete with cake and a raffle - at Frankie & Benny’s, Leicester Road, Rugby, from 9.30am to 11am.
Nationwide Building Society, 35 High Street, in Rugby will be holding a coffee morning on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support,from 9am.
Visit the Sainsbury’s cafe in Dunchurch Road, Rugby, where Overslade House Care Home are holding their fundraiser, between 10am - noon.
Town centre florist Garden Gate Rugby, is hosting a fundraiser from 11am - 3pm on Saturday, 44 Regent Street, Rugby.
It’s being hosted by Sue Todd to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, who will raffle table decorations on the day.
On Saturday, another coffee morning is being held at London Calling, Castle Street, Rugby, from 2pm to 6pm on Saturday to support the event.
There will be a raffle with lots of exciting prizes to be won and everyone is welcome.