A Fantastic 2012 Cake BreakMay 7th, 2012
I am pleased to report the 2012 Cake Break in aid of the Bristol MS Society was a great success. The community event was well attended and enjoyed by all. Thanks to the Brownies that baked and sold some fabulous cakes and the Learner Brass Band who played out some up lifting tunes. It was lovely to have the addition of Amelies Larder providing yummy, gluten free cakes and information for Coeliac sufferers.
The Horfield Baptist Church halls and Cafe made for the perfect venue and thank you to the ladies and gentlemen that donated their time and kept everybody in tea, coffee and cake! It was lovely to see the many children running around playing with balloons, the toys kindly lent by Chatterbox’ play group and taking part in the craft activities.
Thank you to everybody else family, friends, colleagues, local residents and traders that came along to show their support on the day or generously offered raffle prizes or cakes that helped a raise a fantastic £455.05! We sold out of raffle tickets testament to the quality of prizes (and Wendys efficiency with sales) and cakes! I am already planning and looking to improve for the 2013 event.
For those of you who couldnt make it on the day but would like to show your support now, I am still collecting. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07881 924 059 for more information.
I cannot express my thanks enough to all of you kind people that have already supported this charity that is very close to my heart with the donation of time, prizes or money. This support both on and before the day reminds me once again how lucky I am to live amongst such a strong, generous community.
To see some further pictures of the fun filled day visit our flickr album (bottom right on the front page of this website).
Special thanks to the following local traders who helped make the raffle such a success with their prizes – Astrid Merrick Pilates, Bishopston Fish Bar, Cath Read Artist, Delmonico Restaurant, Elephant Estate Agents, Express Key & Shoe Repairs, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, Graham Sothcott – Guitar & Ukulele, KP Badges & Trophies, Matters Magazines, Oddsox – Childrens Shoe Shop, Playfull Toy Shop, Rimandos Play & Coffee Lounge, Sarah Gillies – Home Podiatry, Tart Cafe & Foodstore, The Flower Shop, The Family Practice, The Royal Oak, Water Babies, Yoga West.Tags: Amelie's Larder, Brownies, Cake Break, Cakes, Coeliac, community, Horfield Baptist Church, MS, Multiple Sclerosis, The Bristol Learner Brass Band, The Bristol MS Society Back to news