Care home’s bake sale breaks record for Southmead Hospital Charity

Charlton Hayes care home residents are celebrating after their cake fundraiser in aid of Southmead Hospital Charity broke this year’s bake sale record.

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Lovell Place homemaker Angela Watkins and regional community relations lead Sarah Jacka.

Residents and staff at Lovell Place care home, on Sparrowbill Way, raised cash through baking homemade cakes to sell at their local hospital in Bristol.

Regional community relations lead at Lovell Place, Sarah Jacka, said:

“We couldn’t believe it; people could not get enough of the cakes.”

“A big thanks to our wonderful chef Jenny Eyles, homemaker Angela Watkins and wellbeing coach Selina Adams, who all supported the bake sale on the day.”

“It’s very important to us at Lovell Place that we can contribute to our local community, and hopefully, our fundraising efforts will help provide a better patient experience, too.”

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The Bake Well event raised £474 from selling sweet treats, including cupcakes and delicious shortbread biscuits – all baked by home chef Jenny Eyles.

Southmead Hospital Charity community fundraiser Hannah Jones said:

“Thank you so much to the Lovell Place team for running the Bake Well stall in the hospital.”

“I’m delighted – this is the highest amount raised at Bake Well so far this year! Thank you so much for helping our hard-working hospitals go further for patients.”

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