Coffee mornings will take place all across Lancashire this Friday in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
World’s Biggest Coffee Morning events can be found across the area, and are hoped to raise more than £15 million nationally.
One company has gone the extra mile and decided to take part before Firday’s event.
A team of fundraisers at Forster Dean Solicitors did a relay of 14 of the company’s offices, and one even dressed up as a giant coffee mug.
Conveyancer Ann Lee, who organised the relay, said: “I think Macmillan is so important - there are so many people who are affected by cancer.
“They just do such a good thing.
“We are such a large law firm and I thought it was a really good idea that the largest law firm supports the biggest coffee morning.
“Everybody who took part has really got behind it and embraced it really really well.
“I just hope people come into the offices on Friday and buy some cakes.”
At 23 years old, the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is not only Macmillan’s flagship fundraiser, but it is the original and most successful charity fundraising event of its sort.
In 2012 more than five million people across the UK hosted or attended a coffee morning, raising a record breaking £15 million, and this year more people than ever are hoped to get involved.
More than one in three people will get cancer in their lifetime, and the funds help Macmillan to ensure that nobody faces the fight alone.
People across Lancashire are invited to attend coffee mornings across the county.
Some include the Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel, Cottam Community Centre, and Brooklands Care Home.