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Forget Me Not charity café in Bishop's Stortford garden in aid of Alzheimer's Society and Stroke Association returns




The Forget Me Not Charity Café is popping up in Bishop's Stortford this weekend for the fifth time.

Once again, former Herts and Essex High School student Morgan Giles and mum Sue will be serving savoury and sweet treats at 45 Cannons Close on Saturday and Sunday (July 31-August 1).

Morgan said: "We'll be selling cakes, home-made pastries, cream teas, sandwiches and salads to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society and the Stroke Association, from my mum's garden.

Morgan Giles serves up lunch to the Cole family of David, Lizzie and mum Karen at a previous Forget Me Not café. Picture: Vikki Lince
Morgan Giles serves up lunch to the Cole family of David, Lizzie and mum Karen at a previous Forget Me Not café. Picture: Vikki Lince

"This will be our fifth year running the café and we're close to raising over £10,000 for charity across the events. We'd love as much support as possible to hit this target."

When Morgan first set up the annual café, all proceeds went to the Alzheimer's Society, but after her father Nigel suffered a stroke and died in February 2019, she and Sue decided to raise money for the Stroke Association too.

The café will be open from 11am to 4pm both days. To find out more or to order, email forgetmenotcafe2020@gmail.com.

This was the menu for the 2020 Forget Me Not Charity Café
This was the menu for the 2020 Forget Me Not Charity Café


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