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There are likely to be a lot of cakes being eaten around our depots and offices today, with Red Nose Day in full swing. And just to give you a flavour of what’s out there, both Plymouth and Reading have already had cake sales.
At Plymouth there was some competition between the men and the women – clearly some people have been watching a few too many episodes of Masterchef…
Paul Lyndon produced a chocolate cake, Tracy Welsh made peanut butter biscuits, Paul Latham roped in his son Towen to help bake some gingerbread people, Tony Easton made a carrot cake and Trish Taylor offered some respite for those without a sweet tooth with a magnificent cheese and onion quiche. They raised £34 for their efforts, which will be going in their ever-increasing fundraising pot.
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Over at Reading Graham Adlington had to get his wife to make the cake – but it’s a beauty! At £1 a slice this raised £20 for the depot.