LETTER: Budding bakers support charity

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It’s time to roll up your sleeves, grab a mixing bowl and bake a difference for the Stroke Association.

Our charity’s fundraising campaign, Give a Hand and Bake, takes place this autumn, and we need budding bakers to get involved.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned chef or a first time baker – all you’ll need is enthusiasm and a hungry group of friends ready to Give a Hand and Bake for the Stroke Association.

Whether you like the idea of an afternoon tea for your colleagues or a fancy showstopper to wow your friends, a simple donation in return for a slice of cake will help us create a new era in stroke treatment.

Stroke is the UK’s fourth biggest killer, and there are over 100,000 stroke survivors living in the South East Coast.

By giving a hand to the Stroke Association, your readers will help stroke survivors get the treatment they need and the lifelong support they deserve.

People across the UK will be baking up a storm from 24 – 30 October. For more information on how to get a free pack, visit www.stroke.org.uk/giveahand.

Sandra Field

Regional Head of Operations in the South East, The London Regional Office, Whites Grounds, London SE1 3LA

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