Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust (NDHT) staff in the Poltimore Building at Exeter Community Hospital held a bake-off, cake sale and raffle for staff yesterday, to raise money for Force Cancer Centre in Exeter.
Budding Mary Berrys baked a variety of cakes to raise money, such as lemon drizzles, chocolate cakes and fruit cakes.
The Lord Mayor of Exeter, Cynthia Thompson, attended and judged the bake-off, along with Zoe Harris, NDHT priority services manager.
Disability charity, St Loye’s Foundation, will take their fundraising efforts to the next level with a team building corporate bake off event in April 2016.
Based in Exeter, the charity is inviting local businesses to enter teams of six to take part in Bake it Big; hosted by former Great British Bake Off contestant Glenn Cosby, the event will encourage team work and competitive spirit.
LHC Architecture + Urbanism have raised more than £1,000 for one of their chosen charities of the year by hosting their very own Bake Off contests.
Following weeks of fierce competition between the team of architects and urban designers at the Exeter and Plymouth studios, LHC cooked up a special surprise for staff at the Kidney Research shop in Exeter and handed over an impressive cheque.
Come and have a cuppa and slice of cake, in aid of Macmillan.
If you're into baking, enter the first ever Great Broadclyst Cake Off to win baking prizes and be crowned the first ever winner! Entry is just £1, categories are: under 10 (cupcake or cake), 10-18 (3 cupcakes or cake) and adults (cake). Entries will be judged on taste and appearance. Judging is at midday.
If you're not into baking, come along and marvel at the entries whilst enjoying your cuppa, take part in the activities or make yourself some goodies while you're at it!
The launch of the Hospiscare Great Devon Bake Off 2015 takes place at Otter Nurseries’ restaurant in Ottery St Mary on Wednesday 13 May from 6.30 to 8pm ‒ and everyone is welcome.
Hospiscare is looking for bakers from East Devon, Exeter and Mid Devon ‒ including individuals and organisations ‒ to take part in this year’s fundraiser by organising baking competitions or hosting a tea party or coffee morning during the ‘Bake Off , week which this year is September 12 – 20.
What do cakes and renewables have in common? Find out at Renewable Energy Marketplace, 21 April, Westpoint, Exeter!
The first ever Renewable Energy Bake Off is being held to celebrate renewable energy and delicious baked goods. The event takes place as part of Renewable Energy Marketplace, the largest energy event in the south west.
Staff at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital have raised £700 for Comic Relief by holding a Great Inter-Divisional Bake Off on Red Nose Day.
Competition was fierce as staff from each division in the Trust – Specialist Services, Medicine and Surgery - put their culinary skills to the test and came up with all manner of baked confections for their divisional cake sales. Total proceeds from the cake sales have reached a fantastic £703.