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Pupils tuck in to sweet treats at Romford school’s coffee morning

PUBLISHED: 11:59 29 September 2014 | UPDATED: 11:59 29 September 2014

Havering mayor Linda Trew, headteacher Valerie Yates and head girl and boy Katie Thorne and Thomas Horsley at Hylands Primary School's Macmillan coffee morning

Havering mayor Linda Trew, headteacher Valerie Yates and head girl and boy Katie Thorne and Thomas Horsley at Hylands Primary School's Macmillan coffee morning

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Cakes and other sweet treats were on offer at a school fundraiser.

Headteacher Valerie Yates at Hylands Primary School's Macmillan coffee morningHeadteacher Valerie Yates at Hylands Primary School's Macmillan coffee morning

Staff and students at Hylands Primary School, in Granger Way, Romford, took part in Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday to raise money for the cancer charity.

Guests tucked into cupcakes, swiss rolls and buns while also enjoying coffee and a chat.

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