Traducción de coffee morning en Español:

coffee morning

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    reunión social en la mañana, a veces con fines benéficos
    • If you would like to host a coffee morning please contact your local hospice group.
    • Barbara announced that the coffee morning she had raised £202.
    • He reminded members about the forthcoming coffee morning on May 4 in aid of the two charities and asked for items to be donated for sale.
    • The charity is holding a coffee morning for older people combined with an introduction to the fun of using computers.
    • The fundraising coffee morning, also featuring a cake sale, will be held this Saturday from 10 am until noon.
    • A coffee morning at my house managed to raise 200 and we are doing a fancy dress pub crawl in Bury.
    • The school is also hosting a coffee morning tomorrow to raise money for victims of the tsunami disaster.
    • A recent coffee morning held at the church raised £205 towards the expenses of the trip.
    • The school held a coffee morning and raised £60 for Action Aid.
    • The group is currently seeking volunteers to host a coffee morning in their homes to raise funds.
    • We could have a coffee morning or something to raise the money.
    • The coffee morning gives Saturday morning Mass goers an opportunity to meet friends and have a chat.
    • We meet every second Tuesday in a member's private house for a coffee morning.
    • If you are holding a charity event, such as a coffee morning or sponsored walk, we can help you publicise it in two ways.
    • The coffee morning, which took place last Thursday morning, was a great success.
    • Another supporter set up a coffee morning at her home, raising £300 towards the Appeal.
    • Our aim was to try to raise £5,000 which started with a coffee morning in May.
    • During the coffee morning, residents also managed to raise an extra £250 for the fund.
    • Just invite some of your nearest and dearest over to your house or organise a coffee morning in your office!
    • That is as passé as a beetle drive in the church hall or a coffee morning in the community centre.