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Big Bake 2017

We knead your help!

Thank you for rising to the challenge and taking part in The Big Bake, in support of St Oswald’s Hospice!

Cakes

Inspired by our love of celebration, summer and all things cake related, we invite you to cook up a storm by hosting your own bake sale, coffee morning or afternoon tea for friends and family, or at your place of work.

Why not get creative in the kitchen to help us raise some dough! 

Our Big Bake week is:Rolling Pin

We invite you to dust off your rolling pin, bring out your show stoppers and mix some tasty treats, during the week  commencing 17th July. So whether you are part of a community group, school, office or an individual wanting to host something for friends and family, why not get creative in the kitchen and help us raise some dough. Your support will help us to care for adults, young people, children and their families from across the North East. 

In 2016 we celebrated #30years of care at St Oswald’s Hospice, seeing supporters across the North East hold a host of Big Birthday Bakes and we hope this year will be bigger, better and tastier.

Here on our website, you'll find a fundraising pack and a bowlful of resources you can download such as invites, posters, certificates and price tags.

We can also help with fundraising ideas to ensure your event rises to the occasion.

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17 - 23 July 2017

Who can take part?

any age

Fundraising Team
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

    Ewan And Adam Baking 2016

    Meet Ewan and Adam! 

    Ewan, 17, from South Tyneside, has been coming to our Children’s Hospice for the past six

    years for short breaks. Ewan loves to bake with the staff while he is here, his favourite is lemon drizzle cake!

     

    Adam Giles, Care Support Worker in our Children’s Hospice, tells us:

    “I really enjoy baking and try to invent flavoured cakes that haven’t been made before, usually with sweets that are popular with young people.

     

    “We love baking in the Children’s Hospice! I tend to bake cakes and sometimes pizzas but it all depends on what the children or young adults are in the mood for that day. I encourage promoting independent choices with the flavour of cakes and what we choose to bake.

     

    “The children and young adults really love baking and get a lot out of joining in. The sensory smells of using different ingredients, watching Chemistry change things, new taste experiences (try our skittles cake!) but it’s all about having fun and making new memories (as well as getting to eat lots of cake!)”

    Don’t forget to share with us your recipe ideas, event details and photos on our social media sites. We’d love to see your sweet treats and beautiful bakes! You can:

    Tweet– @stoswaldsuk and use the hashtag #BigBake

    Facebook– Sign up to The Big Bake event page on our St Oswald’s Facebook page and keep up to date with information and ideas that we are sharing with you

    Instagram– Upload a picture or video of you creating your masterpiece, any special baking tips or pictures of the finished bake

    Email – Send us stories or pictures from the big day so we can keep updated and even tell the local papers!

     

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