Deli does its bit for fight against cancer

Whitby Deli - Coffee Morning. Rebecca Reed, Sam Williamson Ollie Butcher, Cass Williamson and Ashliegh Allcoat. The Williamsons are visiting Whitby from Chicago. Picture Kathryn Bulmer.
Whitby Deli - Coffee Morning. Rebecca Reed, Sam Williamson Ollie Butcher, Cass Williamson and Ashliegh Allcoat. The Williamsons are visiting Whitby from Chicago. Picture Kathryn Bulmer.

A Whitby cafe did its bit in the fight against cancer after taking part in the recent MacMillan Coffee Morning.

Locals and regulars baked cakes, buns and scones for the Whitby Deli on Flowergate to sell while the Baytown Coffee Company provided coffee to wash them down with.

The sale of cake and coffee made £146 which was rounded up to £200 by the owner of the Deli, Cat Cook.

A similar event was also held by the Deli in February.

The Deli opened in Whitby last year and capitalises on its seaside location and heritage but also brings a touch of the continental to the coast.

It sells cheeses and meats such as salami and chorizo to Italian wines and craft beers.

There is Antipasti like olives and pates and pastries to coffee beans, juices and ciders.

All can be enjoyed inside or to take-away.