Still time to help County Limerick coffee day into Guinness Book of World Records

Donal O'Regan

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Donal O'Regan

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Still time to help County Limerick coffee day into Guinness Book of World Records

At the coffee 'morning' for Daffodil Day in Pallasgreen are Sarah Dillon, Aine Looby, Mike O'Donoghue, Saoise Corbett, and Tara Campbell Picture: Diarmuid Greene

THE LONGEST coffee and tea ‘morning’ in Ireland is going strong this Friday afternoon.

Mike O’Donoghue started the fundraiser four years ago with Saoirse Corbett, aged 19, Tara Campbell, 18, and Sarah Dillon, aged 13. It takes place in Mike’s home in Pallasgreen to mark Daffodil Day

Mike threw open his doors at 7.30am. It will be well after midnight tonight when he, the girls and his kettle can take a break. If you fancy a cuppa instead of a pint after work there is plenty of time to call in.

All monies raised go to the Irish Cancer Society. As well as supporting a very good cause you will help them in their efforts to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest every coffee morning.