Macmillan Cancer Support is a UK-based charity that holds the annual 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning,' encouraging friends and family to get together and have coffee and biscuits for a good cause: raising money to give cancer patients nurses. This year, Macmillan Cancer Support did more with biscuits that just eating them, though -- it built several detailed sculptures of famous British buildings entirely out of tea cookies.
The sculptures include both modern and historic buildings from England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, such as the Shard, Edinburgh Castle, and even Macmillan's own Cancer Information and Support Center. All in all, the sculptures used 25,000 biscuits and cover 80 square feet of space at the Koppel Project art gallery in London.
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