Watching all those Bake Off episodes is about to pay off, because Brits are expected to drink over five million cups of coffee, eat 10 million slices of cake and help raise over £25million in one morning for people affected by cancer.
All the cakes entered in the bake-off will be tasted by the team at The Chequers including head chef Ray Brenner, before a prize is awarded to the best.
It is inviting bakers to take part in its first ever charity baking competition and is also hosting a coffee morning.
New arrivals ready to enjoy coffee and cake at a Macmillan coffee morning at Pizza Express.
Debbie Cousins, headteacher at Lakeside, said: “We were delighted to host a Macmillan Coffee Morning at Lakeside Primary School and raise such a great amount of money for the charity”.
We can’t wait to see all of your mouth-watering pictures!
A COFFEE morning is being held by the family of the late Ted Annis in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
It is hoped that this year will be the most successful event yet, beating the collective £25million total raised last year.
A spokesperson for the library said: “We had a wonderful turnout. Cancer can be the loneliest place, but together M&S and Macmillan ensure that more people in the United Kingdom have the support they need in their own community, meaning that no one has to face cancer alone”. Staff baked treats from scratch including red velvet cupcakes, chocolate muffins and butterscotch cake.
Sisters Summer, left, and Bethany Castile, along with other members of staff helped make cakes for a fund-raising coffee morning at Uckfield Leisure Centre.