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Last week Macmillan Coffee Morning brought many sites together over delicious cakes and a good cause. The sites who took part where Stroud, Leominster, Greenock, Flint and Winsford.
Stroud, who raised £81.20, had a couple of cakes including a chocolate cake made by Daryl Winder’s 3rd daughter Isla, which looked delicious!
Leominster had a fabulous day too selling cakes and goodies. They want to give thanks to those who put their apron’s on and baked, those who brought goodies and to absolutely everyone who bought from them or even just donated! They had a huge selection, that included; apple strudel, shortbread, lemon drizzle, bakewell tart, gingerbread, coffee and chocolate sponges, caramel drizzle and carrot cakes, muffins and sweet bags. They raised a total of £254.
Greenock had a fantastic day as well, with a huge variety of cakes. They also held a ‘bake off’ style competition which was won by Laurissa Tonner, who created a chocolate Kinder Bueno cake that looked absolutely beautiful. Other entries included Kylie Townsend’s pistachio cakes and lamingtons, Fiona Smith’s two delicious cakes which were gingerbread and carrot cake, Karen Bisset’s yummy red velvet cake and finally Eileen’s Catterson’s Hummingbird Cake which tasted like pure heaven. There were many other cakes that people baked and brought in, as well as a football card raffle which Irene Taylor won. Irene, then donated back half her winnings into the collection. Overall Greenock raised £273 in donations.
Finally, Winsford and Flint collected £103.32, their Unicorn cake and donuts really stole the show!
Berry | bpi group would like to say a huge thank you to all the teams involved.