SHOPPERS dropping by a fashion boutique’s fundraising day can help raise money for charity.
Lorna Harrison, of Ruislip, hopes to generate cash for Macmillan Cancer Care at her shop Mizzie, in High Street, Ruislip, on September 28, from 9.30am to 7pm.
The 41-year-old, who worked at Edinburgh Woollen Mill in High Street, Ruislip, for eight years before starting her own business, will donate 10 per cent of all sales made that day to the charity on top of the proceeds of other activities.
She said: “Our coffee morning is part of the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. They are going on all over the world on the same day.
“Ours will run from 9.30am in the morning to 12.30pm. After that we are holding a cake sale, a lucky dip and a raffle, which you can actually buy tickets for from our shop now.
“I wanted to raise the money because I think one of the biggest things that Macmillan is advertising is that £25 pays for a nurse to visit a person living with cancer.
“That’s why I wanted to get involved with their World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. It’s so that they can keep the nurses out there supporting people.”