Great Gloucester bake-off will help MS sufferers
HOME bakers are being inspired to get behind a campaign to make cakes and raise awareness of multiple sclerosis in Gloucester.
The MS Society Cake Break day is planned for Friday, May 3 and hopes to raise £350,000 from events held across the country.
MS sufferer Steve Pearce, chairman of the Gloucester and Royal Forest of Dean branch of the society, said: "We're hoping that as many people as possible in Gloucestershire will sign up for Cake Break. "Purely and simply, we'd like to get more people involved with the MS Society. On a local level, the money raised will be used to help people with MS and their carers."
Chloe Robbins, activities co-ordinator at St Oswald's retirement village will be hosting a Cake Break event later this year. To register, visit www.cakebreak.org.uk.
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