Sefton Central Labour MP Bill Esterson was treated to a coffee and a slice or two of cake when he went along to the Aintree Village Parish Council Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday.
Bill joined the Parish Councillors and members of the public at the annual event.
The baking was done by Frances Clough, who has been holding Macmillan Coffee Mornings in Aintree Village for more than 20 years.
Frances, who had been up since 5am baking, said: "Macmillan do such a great job, I just want to keep supporting them year in and year out. And that's just why I do it.
"Macmillan need our support. They are there when other people need help the most, so it is only right that we are there to help them to continue their good work.
"We've raised many hundreds of pounds over the year for Macmillan and lots of people come to show their support."
Aintree Village Parish Council chairman Cllr Terry Baldwin said he was delighted that so many people had come along on the morning.
Cllr Baldwin said: "I'd like to thank all the business who donated some fantastic prizes to the raffle.
"We would also like to thank everyone who came along and donated and enjoyed a coffee and a cake.
"Special thanks also go to Frances Clough who, as ever, prepared some fabulous cakes to sell."
Bill Esterson said all the Aintree Village Parish Councillors should be proud of the fantastic work they do each year to support Macmillan.
Bill said: "Macmillan is a charity which is very close to many people's hearts.
"Aintree Village Parish Council do a great job supporting them.
"Frances really is a fantastic baker and that was shown by the number of people who went along to the coffee morning.
"She has been doing this for over 20 years and will have raised many hundreds of pounds in the process.
"Well done Frances and well done Aintree Village Parish Council. I am already looking forward to next year."