You can never have too much cake. We share your pictures of Suffolk celebrating the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Morland Primary School. Left to right, Kamila Kaczmarczyk, Ewelina Matcz

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Morland Primary School. Left to right, Kamila Kaczmarczyk, Ewelina Matczak and Lena Matczak. - Credit: Gregg Brown

Today schools, care homes, mum’s groups and office all over Suffolk have been brewing up for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

Kirsty Thompson spent the week baking for a Macmillan coffee morning

Kirsty Thompson spent the week baking for a Macmillan coffee morning - Credit: Sarah Lucy brown

Have you taken part? Did you bake a cake, host a coffee morning or drop in for a drink and chat? Here we bring you a round up of what’s been happening in Suffolk.

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Staff at Adecco in Ipswich put on this spread.

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Meanwhile, In Bury St Edmunds, there was an abundance of cakes at Nationwide.

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Eliza Seager shared a photo of these mouthwatering delights at her office in Ipswich.

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And staff at Gensis PR were happy with their feast.

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Car sales were temporarily forgotten at Barnards VW deslership in Stowmarket this morning - and it is easy to see why.

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Suffolk Legal served up a spread fit for a queen - any cake going spare?

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There was lots of cake at Waterstones in Ipswich - might be worth stopping by!

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