Could you put the kettle on this September?
It's an easy way to raise funds for your local hospice.
Host your own coffee morning, get everyone together and simply ask for donations to Hospiscare in return for coffee and cakes. Your Coffee Morning cash will ensure we are here for over 2,000 patients every year who rely on our expert care and support.
Be part of something local, do it for Devon!
Please let us know if you are going to support us, and host your own coffee morning this September
Invite Judi Spiers to your Hospiscare Coffee Morning this September!
Judi is prepared to travel the length and breadth of Exeter, Mid and East Devon during the whole of September for Hospiscare, visiting as many of your coffee mornings as she can. Start planning yours, and don't forget to invite Judi! Just let us know if you would like her to drop in.
If you can't plan your own coffee morning why not drop in and meet Judi and Gus Honeybun on one of the below dates. They would absolutely love to see you – all are welcome, so don’t miss this chance to meet the legend that is Gus Honeybun and the wonderful Judi Spiers!
11:00 Marianne Clements, White Gate, Langford Rd, NEWTON ST CYRES,
10:00 Markers Residents Association, The MarkersCullompton, EX15 3DZ
12:00 Specsavers, 31A Gold Street, Tiverton, EX16 6QB
10:00 Wizard Jeans, Unit 5 & 6 Babbacombe Business Park, Torquay, TQ1 3UP
11:30 Twisted Oak, Ide, Eexter, EX2 9RG
10:00 Scott Rowe solicitors, Chard Street, Axminster, Ex13 5DS
11:00 Deer Park, Weston, Honiton, EX14 3PG
11:30 Hair at one, 1 Hanover Road, Exeter, EX1 2TB
Judi and Gus Honeybun still have a few spare spaces in their September coffee morning schedule. So if you would like to invite them to yours, don't delay get in touch today!
Call Becky or Alice to book on 01392 688020
Click on the picture below to watch a special message from Judi!
Get your Coffee Morning pack today
Set a date with your friends, school, church or colleagues to get everyone together for coffee and cake.
With your help, we can be there for local families when they need us the most.