Join us for our Macmillan Coffee Morning 30 September

It’s time to get your cake on. Join us for coffee and cake, and to raise money for a good cause.

Join us for our Macmillan Coffee Morning 30 September

Come and meet us!

On Friday 30th September, 10am to 1pm, we’ll be taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. And if you’re nearby, we’d love for you to come and join in.

Not only is it a chance to consume some delicious baked goods (Steve’s mum’s cakes are the stuff of legend) in the name of an excellent cause, you’ll also have the opportunity to meet the team, and find out just how much of a nerd you need to be to write about virtualised infrastructure and enterprise mobility all day.

Colleagues, clients, suppliers, friends and family are all welcome. The more the merrier!

Compete for cake off glory

Got mad baking skills? For £2 on the day you can enter your own baked creation for the chance to be crowned cake off Queen or King of Jubilee Warehouse. Just make sure your cake is here by 12pm.

Help raise money for a good cause

According to Macmillan Cancer support, right now in the UK over 2.5 million people are living with cancer. And this figure is set to rise as cancer diagnoses increase with the UK’s aging population.

In 2015, Macmillan supported 2 million people with a cancer diagnosis; 558,000 people caring for someone with cancer and another 3.2 million people who were concerned about family and friends who had cancer.

Their services are far reaching and have a massive, positive impact on people’s lives.

Join us for our coffee morning on Friday 30th September

Please come along – bring a few quid, and (most importantly) a big appetite for cake.

Find the coffee morning at:

The Table of Dr Stangelove

Jubilee Warehouse

Commercial Road



United Kingdom

TR10 8AE

Got any questions? Tweet us @radixcom.

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