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The Only Way Is Essex star raises £2,000 through charity coffee morning

PUBLISHED: 15:45 04 October 2012

Lucy Mecklenburgh, from The Only Way Is Essex, helped raise £2,000 through a charity coffee morning. Pictured are: ACE Beauty therapist Kylie green, Mario Falcone, Lucy Mecklenburgh and ACE owner Sarah Norris.

Lucy Mecklenburgh, from The Only Way Is Essex, helped raise £2,000 through a charity coffee morning. Pictured are: ACE Beauty therapist Kylie green, Mario Falcone, Lucy Mecklenburgh and ACE owner Sarah Norris.

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The Only Way Is Essex star Lucy Mecklenburgh helped raise more than £2,000 for cancer charity Macmillan.

The TOWIE star held the event as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning last week at Orsett Hall with the help of ACE Beauty Clinic in Shenfield High Street.

They managed to raise more than £2,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support on the day.

They offered coffee and cupcakes, manicures, and high street fashion courtesy of Lucy’s Boutique, which is based in Ongar Road, Brentwood.

ACE owner Sarah Norris said: “Lucy asked if I wanted to help out, and it didn’t take much convincing. We were providing our high-end service and helping a very worthy cause. Lucy put in a lot of hard work and it really paid off.”

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