Essex ambulance station charity morning huge success

Date: 15 September 2016

Harlow staff at their Macmillan coffee and cake morning

A paramedic has thanked everyone for their contributions during a coffee and cake morning at Harlow ambulance station.

Grace Reed organised the event along with colleagues Jo Townsend and Sharon Kemp, who were all raking in the dough in the name of charity.

More than £700 was raised on Tuesday morning which saw our staff bake hundreds of cakes who sold them in the staff room, in the accident and emergency department to nurses and doctors, fire and police stations, and also to the general public.

Speaking on this year’s success Grace said: “We smashed last year’s total of £250 which is fantastic news, it was a hugely successful morning and I’d like to thank everyone for their contributions.”

The money will be donated to the Macmillan Cancer Support charity, one of the largest British charities that provide specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. For more information please visit

  • Summary:

    A paramedic has thanked the efforts of her colleagues who baked hundreds of cakes in the name of charity.