Sutton cafe Nellie’s donated over £1,200 to good causes
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A community café in Sutton has handed out over £1,200 in donations to good causes across East Cambridgeshire.
Nellie’s Community Café, on Scott Court, opens on the second Wednesday and last Friday of each month and donates its profits to local charities every six months.
It provides a place for people to relax, have a chat and enjoy some tea, coffee, homemade cakes and light lunches - including bacon butties - and all profits are donated to charity.
This year the café decided to split £1,240 between talking newspaper for the blind, Fenprobe, which received £550, and the Sutton Community First Responders, which was given £690.
Nellie’s will now be supporting national charity, Diabetes UK and Sutton pre-school, Paintbox.
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For more information on the café, call Vera on 01353 777968 or Helen on 01353 777224.
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