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Bury St Edmunds clinics join forces for Macmillan Coffee Morning

Two Bury St Edmunds businesses, Bury Physio Clinic and Working To Wellbeing, are holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning. Picture: Bury Physio Clinic

Two Bury St Edmunds businesses, Bury Physio Clinic and Working To Wellbeing, are holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning. Picture: Bury Physio Clinic

Bury Physio Clinic

Two Bury St Edmunds businesses are joining forces for a Macmillan coffee morning.

Bury Physio and Working Towards Wellbeing will be hosting an event on Friday, September 28 for the cancer charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning fundraising campaign.

The event will run from 10.30am to 12pm at the premises the companies share in Maynewater Lane.

Anna Clayton, lead physio at the clinic, said: “Health and wellbeing are close to our heart. Raising money for such a worthy cause is a great way to get involved with the local community and support the fantastic work of the Macmillan nurses.”

Working Towards Wellbeing partner Dr Julie Denning said: “We are continually using the Macmillan expertise and resources to help and support our patients, and so it is lovely to be able to give something back to the charity – and what better way than through cake and a chat.”

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