PEOPLE have been out and about in Wokingham town centre helping to raise money for Comic Relief this morning.

A coffee morning was held at Cafe Mosaic in the Wokingham Methodist Church, where a range of tasty cakes and drinks were sold. The money collected will be donated to Comic Relief.

Claire Knight, Church and Community Outreach Team leader, said: “The Coffee Mornings have been running monthly for several years and donate funds to local and national charities.

"We donate all of pour usual Cafe Mosaic takings between 10am and 12pm to each Charity and we always have a good selection of homemade cakes for sale.

"The idea came as we have many charities and voluntary organisations using our premises and we wanted to be able to support them.”

They café has held coffee mornings to donate to other charities including for Thames Hospice and Parkinsons UK.

Other celebrations around the town centre included singing from the Listening and Supportive Partnership’ (CLASP) who support people with additional needs in the Wokingham Borough.

After a cake and a coffee in the café CLASP performed a range of music outside Waitrose including jungle book’s bare necessities.

For more information about the partnership, visit: