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Primrose Hill restaurant launches charity campaign to raise funds for Cancer Research

PUBLISHED: 14:00 07 June 2013 | UPDATED: 17:24 07 June 2013

Staff members including opertions manager Luke Rind (left) who will donate 50p from every coffee sold at The Primrose Eatery. Picture: Polly Hancock

Staff members including opertions manager Luke Rind (left) who will donate 50p from every coffee sold at The Primrose Eatery. Picture: Polly Hancock

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Staff at a Primrose Hill restaurant are hoping for money in the coffeepot after launching a charity campaign last weekend.

The Primrose Eatery, in Primrose Hill Road, will donate 50p to Cancer Research for every coffee sold in June.

The money raised will assist relatives of staff taking part in a Race for Life event in Hyde Park on July 14 to reach their fundraising goal.

Operations manager, Luke Rind, said: “Everyone at the restaurant wanted to support this worthy cause and we have already had great feedback from our local community.”


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