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Bromsgrove’s Plaza Coffee has ‘sixth sense’ with its celebrations

Bromsgrove’s Plaza Coffee has ‘sixth sense’ with its celebrations Bromsgrove’s Plaza Coffee has ‘sixth sense’ with its celebrations
Updated: 1:01 pm, Oct 31, 2015

HALLOWEEN marks the 6th anniversary of Plaza Cafe where fundraising celebrations will raise money for a charity trek across the Himalayas.

An exciting day of spooky events has been organised at Plaza Cafe to raise funds for the charity, Rosa – an organisation that supports victims of sexual abuse, and also for cancer charity, The White House.

Sharon Blake has pledged to do the trek next April to raise funds for the charities.

Sharon’s itinerary kicks off at Delhi. She will travel to Dharamsala to hear the Dalai Lama’a speech before heading to Bir to acclimatise with a short walk.

The journey will cover Himalayan areas that include Ahju, Majaj, Shang, Bahua and Norbulinka where the crew will get to vist temples and trek for another 15km over altitudes of 2,100m.

Daughter, Devina Blake said Sharon’s trek has been completely self-funded so every single penny will be donated to the charities.

Halloween shenanigans, which continue until 3pm tomorrow afternoon, will include a raffle and the chance to win a huge cuddly guerilla.

There will also be balloon sales, face painting and a colouring competition for children as well as a ‘bake-off’ where staff will make cup cakes, which will be available for sale to customers who will judge the winner.

Devina said: “We’ve already raised £1,000 and there’s no limit on how much will be raised.

It would be lovely to see lots of faces on the day and amazing if everyone could support us a little bit to help raise lots of money for these amazing charities.”

To support Sharon Blake’s charity Himalayan trek, visit www.localgiving/sharonblake

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