‘Spot the Cake’ at Hulcott

Hulcott’s contribution to Macmillan’s ‘Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning’ fund raising event was a “Spot the Cake” competition when we invited all visitors to the home to guess how many spots are on the cake for £1 a go.

Our residents got busy baking, icing and decorating a Spotty Cake and the cake was displayed in reception from Monday 12th September and the number of spots revealed on Monday 19th September, when we held an afternoon tea at our home.

There was a small prize for the winning guess and the cake was cut up and sold per slice to our team and visitors to raise a few pounds for the Macmillan Fund.

The ‘Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning’  event is run by Macmillan and is their biggest fundraising event for people dealing with cancer.

All of us at Hulcott are proud to be supporting a worthwhile organisation such as Macmillan. People all over the UK will be hosting their own fundraising events and coffee mornings and funds from our event will be donated so they may continue their great work providing practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.

If you would like to find out more about life at Hulcott, including our events and activities, please contact us on 0808 223 5514 or hulcott@caringhomes.org.

Hulcott

Home Manager

Andrew Stoner

Address

The Old Rectory,
Hulcott,
Aylesbury,
Buckinghamshire,
HP22 5AX

Contact
0808 223 5514
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