Budding Bakers Delight Colleagues During Charity Cake Sale

With The Great British Bake Off back on our TV screens - budding bakers at Linden Homes Midlands have been preparing their own perfect pastries, terrific tarts and smashing sponges.

Budding bakers and kind-hearted fakers donated a fantastic array of fabulous foodie treats for their colleagues to enjoy; ranging from traditional pasties all the way from Cornwall to dainty Gin & Tonic flavoured daisy cupcake, quirky glittery flapjacks and sumptuous homemade sausage rolls.

All of these and more not only filled rumbling tums across the company’s many departments, but boosted charity coffers.

The Linden Homes team decided to stage its World’s Biggest Coffee Morning For Macmillan a few days early than the official 28 September – giving Monday a much needed sugar fix and mood boost, raising over £132 for the cancer care charity.

Land department PA and baker Janice Browne said: “We always have a lot of fun with our baking and cake sales – and tremendous support from everyone at head office, whether as baker, buyer or both.

“Once again, we’ve seen so much generosity for this fabulous cause.”

Some of the fantastic homemade bakers and
shop bought fakes at the Linden Homes
Midlands charity cake sale.

Move over Paul Hollywood – finance director
Fraser Hopes judged the cupcakes to be a
winner. Also pictured receptionist Tracy
Davies (left) and PA to the managing director 
Sharon Wright.

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04 October 2018

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