High Seas Hobbit hosts coffee morning for charity

Janet Short, Carole Short and Christine Rough at the High Seas Hobbit coffee morning recently.
Janet Short, Carole Short and Christine Rough at the High Seas Hobbit coffee morning recently.

The High Seas Hobbit at Rosehearty held a coffee morning in aid of cancer charity Macmillan recently.

The ‘glamping’ - or ‘glam camping’ business - held the coffee morning last Friday and raised £260 for the charity.

Carole Short who owns the High Seas Hobbit with her husband, Matthew, hosted the event as part of the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ campaign which was held across the country on Friday, September 26, to raise funds for Macmillan.

The event was the second to be hosted at the Hobbit, with around 20 to 30 people coming along to enjoy some refreshments and home baking.

There was a range of tasty treats on offer throughout the morning - including beetroot cake, tomato soup cake and St Lucia banana cake.

Commenting, event organiser Carole said: “The event went really well, I’m really pleased so many people turned up.

“Apart from raising money, it’s a really nice thing to do with your neighbours, friends and family. It’s a great community-spirited event.”