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Sheffield staff bake sweet treats for children’s charity

Specsavers at Crystal Peaks staff members Jess Burton and Lauren Sapcote

Staff at Specsavers at Crystal Peaks have been showing their support for Hallam FMs Cash For Kids, by taking part in the radio stations very first Big Bake Day.
 
The special fundraising event aims to raise funds for disabled and disadvantaged local children, and encourages people to organise bake sales in workplaces, community centres and school halls.
 A host of cakes and buns were on sale in store on Friday 22 August for staff and customers as the Specsavers team showed off their baking skills. Staff have also donated money so they could swap their uniform for pink and green clothes for the day.

Specsavers at Crystal Peaks staff members Jess Burton and Lauren Sapcote Staff at Specsavers at Crystal Peaks have been showing their support for Hallam FMs Cash For Kids, by taking part in the radio stations very first Big Bake Day. The special fundraising event aims to raise funds for disabled and disadvantaged local children, and encourages people to organise bake sales in workplaces, community centres and school halls. A host of cakes and buns were on sale in store on Friday 22 August for staff and customers as the Specsavers team showed off their baking skills. Staff have also donated money so they could swap their uniform for pink and green clothes for the day.

Caring staff at Specsavers opticians in Crystal Peaks have been showing their support for Hallam FM’s Cash For Kids by taking part in the radio station’s very first Big Bake Day.

The fundraising event aims to raise funds for disabled and disadvantaged local children.

As well as showing off their baking skills, the Specsavers team donated money so they could swap their uniforms for pink and green clothes for the day.

 

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