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Free will writing this January from Macmillan cancer support. Available to all!
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Posted 5th Jan 2018Posted 5th Jan 2018
Free will writing this January from Macmillan cancer support. Available to all!
Macmillan cancer support charity are currently offering a great initiative to get people to create their dreaded wills! It isn't something we enjoy thinking about but it could ma… Read more

Is there any benefit in having a will which states the executor as a family member ? If no will is written does the person have to apply to become the executor at additional cost ?? Sorry if it is a stupid question but I haven't got a clue as far as these things go...


Then timely going through probate, costs involved in that


Your getting confused about getting your solicitor to write a few poxy letters. Court actions are a different ballgame altogether. In my neck of the woods, any decent court lawyer will cost £250+ vat per hour. Advocate/solicitors (above your average lawyer) cost £350+ vat per hour. When you have a court date you will be charged minimum 1hr even if nothing happened on that day. Add on to that getting advocates opinions, summaries are a few thousand on their own. You have to pay for using the court room each time. In lower local Courts if your opposition decide they want a fight expect no less than £50k. In higher courts, expect no less than £100k. Is that what you want your loved ones to go through?


That might be what you're solicitor cost but that is certainly not an accurate statement.


Work out your legal next of kin. If your were going to give your wealth to them anyway then don't bother with wills. If you wanted to give say your house to someone else, put it in their name in your lifetime but make a legal document saying you can stay theor rent free. Wills just get messy and with current laws are wide open to abuse. The solicitor who "witnessed" my father's will 13 years ago admits that no ID was taken & he didn't even know him yet it's still taken all these years to fight it with no result yet.

Sale @ Macmillan Cancer Support
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Posted 13th Jan 2017Posted 13th Jan 2017
Sale @ Macmillan Cancer Support
Delivery £3.95, but free on orders over £50. I can recommend the bags, they're the good strong type & the handles don't hurt your hands.
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Charity Christmas Cards (which give the best percent to charity)
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Posted 22nd Nov 2016Posted 22nd Nov 2016
Charity Christmas Cards (which give the best percent to charity)
Ok, kind of an odd way to describe a deal but I figure that for those of us that like to buy Christmas Cards where the profit goes to a charity - can I recomend the following links… Read more

thanks for posting


Yes there are different ways of looking at it. I actually think that what you do is really decent but as you say you can't always do that. I suppose given that most do buy Christmas Cards their money night as well go to the cause. What I really object to is the 10 pence a pack going to charity when people wrongly assume a fairer percentage.


I do not agree that a six figure sum is justifiable for a charity CEO and never will. I give my charitable donations directly to the people who need help (I understand that you can't do that with some good causes) so for example I give catering size coffee tins and bags of sugar to homeless charities over the winter to provide hot drinks. 100% of that goes to the homeless.


I think that this is a harsh point to make. Here is a quote from the Oxfam blog which I think sums it up pretty well. I suspect you will not see it the same way "As former Oxfam CEO Barbara Stocking pointed out on Radio 4 ... [the NGO] .... has a big job by any standards: multitasking between running a 700 shop retail chain, managing 5,000 employees and 20,000 volunteers, a £360m budget and ensuring the safety of staff in some of the riskiest places on earth. It doesn’t always work, as Stocking recalled – for a start, people get killed (on her watch, in Afghanistan)."....For an organization like Oxfam, the challenge is to find the right balance between duty (keeping salaries relatively low in the context) and effectiveness (understanding that the external market has an effect on the likely talent you are having to attract/retain from within and, more importantly, from outside the sector). Are the bashers really saying such a balance is impossible?" Here is a link to the full article which is worth a quick read


Many of these charities have CEOs on 6 figure sums.. cold

free macmillan coffee kit
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Posted 28th Sep 2016Posted 28th Sep 2016
free macmillan coffee kit
free coffee morning kit Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

Could be because its tomorrow so it wouldnt arrive in time.


Not sure how anyone can vote cold?? Heat from me.

Love your lady parts  booklet from Macmillan
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Posted 5th Nov 2015Posted 5th Nov 2015
Love your lady parts booklet from Macmillan
Free booklet from Macmillan called Love your lady parts. Spot it early sort it out. A phone number is required but they do not share your details with a third party.

Great freebie....maybe not something that many people would vote hot.....but as someone who never bothered with a smear test untill a friend told me to book one then found out that I was one stage away from developing full stage cancer..........loads of horrible hospital visits but I'm I'm now all clear. Yaaaaaaaa lady parts are very important xx


"There's never any graffiti in the hotel. Although in the Gents a couple of weeks a go I did see someone had drawn a lady's part. Quite detailed. The guy obviously had talent."

Free Hairdresser's Cape when you Brave the Shave with Macmillan Cancer Support
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Posted 24th Jul 2015Posted 24th Jul 2015
Free Hairdresser's Cape when you Brave the Shave with Macmillan Cancer Support
Brave a shaved head for Macmillan Cancer Support they will send you out a specially designed Brave the Shave hairdresser’s cape to help with your shave, along with a badge you can … Read more

Braving the shave might not be for everyone but every one that does brave the shave helps support families and loved ones when they need it most.


If you are going to shave your hair off, do it properly otherwise it's just a buzz cut, so many I see are left at grade 3-4. I wouldnt deem it a sponsored "achievement" if there is lots of hair, the term "shaved" in the main refers to use of a RAZOR for a close cut not merely scissors & tidying up by clippers, otherwise it's like asking for a cup of tea & just receiving hot water in a cup, ..half-assed. It was a proper skinhead or nothing for me, ...& that used to include taking off the eyebrows for a laugh too! ..(regularly) so close a cut that my head & my wooly hat used to act like velcro & stick even when i'd been tumbling through snow..



Well, I think you are disgraceful


Someone is trying to do something good - I think your response is disgraceful.

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Free Coffee Morning Kit Macmillan cancer support
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Posted 3rd Sep 2014Posted 3rd Sep 2014
Free Coffee Morning Kit Macmillan cancer support
Coffee Morning is a great excuse to get together with your favourite people for coffee and cake and raise some money for a good cause. And it’s really easy too. Just ask your guest… Read more

Pls dnt go for dis deal they jus send u paper .... N dats it...


love coffee


And later they will keep writing to you asking you to send them the money you have collected at your event.


Ordered this on 27 August, arrived on 1 September. Nothing really of value in the pack.

Free Macmillan Coffee Kit
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Posted 13th Aug 2014Posted 13th Aug 2014
Free Macmillan Coffee Kit
Macmillan are giving away FREE Morning coffee kit on their website in support of their biggest fundraising event. Includes cake flags, table cloth and many ore goodies. Pledge to h… Read more
Free Coffee Morning Kit (Cake Flags, Table Cover) from Macmillan Support
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Posted 11th Jul 2014Posted 11th Jul 2014
Free Coffee Morning Kit (Cake Flags, Table Cover) from Macmillan Support
The next Coffee Morning from Macmillan is on Friday 26 September. Sign up now to get your free Coffee Morning Kit from Macmillan filled with cake flags, a table cover and lots more… Read more
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Free Macmillan Night In Kit
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Posted 24th Mar 2014Posted 24th Mar 2014
Free Macmillan Night In Kit
To sign up and get your Night In Kit just fill in the form below Click on the 'Submit' button once you have finished. Fields marked * must be completed What is Night In? It's a ni… Read more
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Great idea to support Mcmillan x


Heat added......good excuse to have a night in with the girls and to get them all to donate a bit of cash. X



Cool :)

Macmillan Xmas star - donate £5 to Macmillan Cancer
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Posted 18th Dec 2013Posted 18th Dec 2013
Macmillan Xmas star - donate £5 to Macmillan Cancer£5
Macmillan Xmas star donate £5 and you can get a star to hang on your tree. Call 0800 4083 861 Visit Macmillan Cancer Support Christmas Star campaign on you tube.

This post is 3 years old not sure if they still do them


This post is 3 years old not sure if they still do them


What are the star made of and what do they look like please .


What do the stars look like when you receive them?

Free World's Biggest Coffee Morning kit @ MACMILLAN SUPPORT
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Posted 31st Jul 2013Posted 31st Jul 2013
Free World's Biggest Coffee Morning kit @ MACMILLAN SUPPORT
*Same as last year's Coffee Morning kit so it's nothing new* Get a FREE coffee morning kit from MACMILLAN Cancer Support for their biggest coffee morning on Friday 27th September … Read more

You could try I guess


I live in Spain and would love to hold a coffee morning would I be able to contribute to the fund raising


Your username seems apt.




Coffee may be banned in the future,

Support Macmillian when you shop at Amazon
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Posted 8th Jul 2013Posted 8th Jul 2013
Support Macmillian when you shop at Amazon
When you purchase from Amazon via the link from the macmillian website, Amazon will donate a minimum of 5% of the value of all orders to them. This is obviously not a deal that wi… Read more

sorry to hear about your loss x


Hate Macmillan. They did nothing for my mum when she died from cancer earlier this year. All they are good at is publishing leaflets and making glossy commercials. I would never give them a penny. After my mother died we donated to cancer research uk.


Great link, thank you for posting. For those who think this is an Amazon PR stunt, it's not. Amazon pay up to 5% to websites who link to them. MacMillan have just applied to Amazon associates and are taking the commission as charity income. I'm not sure if that will make more people use this or not - but I hope it does!!


It's obvious why. Corporation tax discourages foreign investment, so any loopholes in such encourage foreign investment. The right thing to do would be to scrap corporation tax altogether to level the playing field for homegrown businesses, but unfortunately that would be electoral suicide because the public are dumb and think that corporation tax is some sort of magical free money from the sky which doesn't affect their own pockets.


Thanks for posting OP, I wouldn't have known about this if it was buried deep in the other, but also worthy RNLI post. To mirror other's posts, Cancer has hit far too many times to close family members, some good outcomes, others bad and I just hope one day that they can some how stop this unscrupulous killer from doing so much damage to so many people's lives.

FREE Coffee Morning Kit from MACMILLAN SUPPORT
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Posted 14th Jul 2012Posted 14th Jul 2012
FREE Coffee Morning Kit from MACMILLAN SUPPORT
*One of my first posts over here so please be patient with me* Get a FREE coffee morning kit from MACMILLAN Cancer Support for their biggest coffee morning on Friday 28th Septembe… Read more
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I have just ordered my coffee morning kit,it's for a great cause and will help alot of people who find out they have got cancer.It affects all of us in some way and if i can help raise money for macmillan then i am happy to do so


Hey iv signed up to have a coffee morning to help raise money for Macmillan but I'm going to a have a big family night with lots of entertainment, singers, dancers, face painting, stalls, kids disco and bar etc which the whole town are welcome to buy a ticket.. is there any packs that i would be better getting that don't say coffee morning as I'm having family night? Would like the balloons and money boxs etc, could someone help?


Hi I would like a coffee morning kit so I can raise money


what do u get?


what do you get inside?

free M&S coffee when ordering fundrasing pack from Macmillan
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Posted 24th Aug 2011Posted 24th Aug 2011
free M&S coffee when ordering fundrasing pack from Macmillan
only apply if you want to hold an event. see link for more details. you get free coffee at M&S kenco sample ( and two sugars) 10 balloons a pad of invite slips a don… Read more
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good luck to everyone holding an event, I raised £235 at my mums funeral this month instead of buying flowers


I've got mine and I'm holding my event on the 30.09.2011 and hoping to raise £200 HOT


Agree with everyone, great for everyone


Love these events - great way of bringing people together and raising money!


great find thanks OP look forword to havin my coffee morning. i love fundrasing and a great thing to do.

Letter from Santa for Macmillan Cancer Support - Only £3 delivered
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Posted 11th Nov 2010Posted 11th Nov 2010
Letter from Santa for Macmillan Cancer Support - Only £3 delivered£3
For only £3, we can arrange for your child to receive a personalised letter from Santa allowing the magic of Christmas to truly begin. Imagine the excitement of your child when th… Read more
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excellent cause and will make a little face light up xxxxx merry christmas everyone xxx <3:3X)


Official link from Macmillan:!.aspx


seems legit -


Hi! Just to answer the questions...! The letters are being handled by a company called gem for their charity of the year Macmillan! (hence the crossroads web address as it's done internally to save costs on web hosting). It's not on the main Macmillan site yet, but has been featured on the official Macmillan Facebook pages. All the profit goes to Macmillan, gem makes no money from this at all! Hope that helps, but feel free to ask any more questions!


After searching on Macmillan's website I can't find any reference to this whatsoever! You'd think this would be on there somewhere if it were genuine wouldn't you? Also if you hit 'home' it does nothing but if you delete the address and just leave you get IIS7 page which is something to do with web hosting. If anyone can cofirm this is legiot I'll def give it a go.