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Castle Manor Academy students give something extra to Haverhill community at care home's coffee morning




Castle Manor Academy students took cakes along to Cleves Place Care Home in Haverhill for a Macmillan coffee morning (4563614)
Castle Manor Academy students took cakes along to Cleves Place Care Home in Haverhill for a Macmillan coffee morning (4563614)

A group of kind-hearted students from a Haverhill school reached out to the community last week and gave a little something extra to mark Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning event.

The students from Castle Manor Academy attended a coffee morning at Cleves Place Care Home in the town, baking cakes to be sold as well as spending time with and talking to residents.

Becky Baldwin, outdoor learning coordinator at the school, said: “This visit was a good example of how thoughtful and kind students can be."

And plans are already in place for the students to return to the care home, in Millfields Way, at Christmas time to do crafts workshops and play music for the residents.



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