The nights are drawing in, the heating is cranked up; it’s time to look forward to all things wintery… why not try a hazelnut & caramel Latte as an alternative to you normal coffee,
- 1 pump Caramel Sauce
- 1 pump Hazelnut syrup
- Double espresso
- Steamed milk
Combine the sauce, syrup and espresso in a cup, top with steamed milk and serve.
For syrups & sauces please visit www.refreshmentshop.co.uk
This month Coinadrink have chosen a local charity to be the main focus of our fund-raising efforts. Promise Dreams is a national registered children’s charity, based in Wolverhampton. It was launched in 2001 to make dreams reality for seriously and terminally ill children, and their families, across the UK. Over the 12 years that the charity has been in existence more than 1,150 very special children have seen their dreams come true.
To find out more about forthcoming events or how you can get involved please visit
www.promisedreams.co.uk or call 01902 212451
Paper cups have become increasingly popular in
recent years as a result of their extensive use by
Starbucks and Costa, along with most fast food
outlets. The consumer is therefore very familiar
with using paper packaging and perceives the
value of a beverage in a paper cup to be higher.
Despite this, plastic cups still dominate in the
vending sector, due to their competitive price
and reliability. The failure rate of plastic cups in
a typical vending machine is almost zero………..
Earlier in the year Coinadrink celebrated its 50th anniversary by hosting a Party Night at the National Motor Cycle Museum. The charity chosen as the beneficiary of the evening was Macmillan Cancer Support. The evening was a great success and the various fund raising activities on the night were very generously supported.
A cheque for £5826.09, the proceeds of the evening, was presented by Roger Williams, Managing Director of Coinadrink to Eloise Davidson who received it on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support. Eloise thanked everybody at Coinadrink for the magnificent amount they had raised. She went on to say ‘Macmillan together with charities generally had suffered a slowdown in donations during the recession so this cheque was very welcome’.
Roger Williams commented that ‘the company was very appreciative of the work Macmillan Cancer Support carried out. The families of some Coinadrink staff had been very grateful for the support they had received, at some challenging times in their family lives, from the Macmillan nurses. Roger Williams went on to say ‘he was pleased that the evening had raised a significant amount of money to help them carry on with their good work’.