|Malmesbury Cake Society|
In 2011 my Granny was diagnosed with Cancer. As a family we pulled together and helped in anyway we could. Granny had a tough summer with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. The treatment was intense, painful and uncomfortable. I didn’t hear her complain once!
I made a pledge to myself that I will fundraise as much as I possibly can for Cancer Research UK. Every penny really does make a difference.
“We’re living in a golden age for cancer research. Our understanding of the disease is increasing at a faster pace than ever before, and more people are surviving thanks to the work we do. However, our scientific ambitions are being limited by our ability to fundraise at the level we are striving for.” Dr Harpal Kumar, CEO, 2012.
I spent many weekends of my childhood baking with both my Mum and Gran so it seemed like the perfect place to start. The Malmesbury Cake Society started in August 2012. To date we have raised over £300. We are doing a fantastic job and hope to reach our target of £450 for Christmas.
December 3rd 7:30-late
- Baking demonstration with Lee the head pasty chef from Whatley Manor. Learn how to make choux pastry and a croquembouche
- Live auction and raffle with some fantastic prizes to be won
- Finish the night of with a drink and live music
Not to be missed
See you there
|Location The Kings Arms function room|