A HOLMFIRTH woman opened up her home to raise money for charity.
Angela Payne raised £200 when dozens of visitors flocked to her Wooldale home to sit in her garden and enjoy coffee and cakes.
All of the cash raised from the day will be split between Macmillan Cancer Care and Cruse, the bereavement support charity.
Angela, who has survived breast cancer, has held several events to raise money for the cancer charities since she was given the all-clear from the disease.
In addition this year, she decided to raise part of the money in aid of Cruse.
She said: “Most people have known someone affected by cancer and we all suffer bereavements in our lives.
“I am a cancer survivor and have lost people very close to me to this and other conditions and I have reason to know the value of a little help at difficult times.”
Angela thanked everyone who helped make her coffee morning a success, including Coopers Coffee and Scufflers Coffee Shop for providing the coffee and cakes.
She also thanked the many local businesses who supplied prizes for her raffle.