Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Bake & Share
A big thank-you to everybody who did a Bake & Share event during November's Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Tables across the UK were laden with cakes and goodies being eaten in aid of the charity!
The events were a great success and proved to be a fun way to raise funds and raise awareness of the need for more research into pancreatic cancer. Here are just a few of the stories:
|Louis and Taylor Hughes Bake & Share: Louis and Taylor (centre), with help from friends at Rise Park School, raised over £240 from their cake sales in memory of their dad who died in 2011 aged just 40.|
|Campus PR Bake & Share: Our PR advisers tempted staff in their office building with home made goodies, raising £56.30. Chocolate orange cupcakes made by Hannah, daughter of Director Jo Kelly.
|Emily Sullivan Bake & Share: "We had a fantastic afternoon in memory of a wonderful man, my father-in-law." The event raised a whopping £1,052.|
|Lynsey Williams Bake & Share: Lynsey's event was in memory of her 'fantastic mum' and raised £300.|
|Emily Williams Bake & Share: Emily and her colleagues organised a scrumptious range of goodies.|
|Julie Gladman Bake & Share: Julie organised her Bake & Share with her colleagues at Gearbulk in memory of her dad, and raised an amazing £500. Said Julie, "I must admit that exceeded my expectations. It was so much fun to have everybody bringing in their goodies - we had 2 large tables groaning with all sorts of cakes - and even more fun to eat them !!"|