Macmillan Coffee Morning at Four Seasons Health Care
Many of our homes across the UK took part in the world's largest coffee morning last Friday in support of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Take a look at some of the best bakes in the images above.
Four Seasons Head Office took part and held a coffee morning throughout the day. Many colleagues baked some incredible cakes and managed to raise £108 in donations alone.
Adeline House Care Home in Doncaster wowed us with their efforts. Natalie, Deputy Manager, made a very impressive rainbow cake which was one of the best cakes we've ever seen. The home also had their very own 'Bake Off' - the winners were presented with a bottle of wine each by Diane Henry, Regional Manager.
Northlea Court Care Home in Northumberland also got involved. They held a 'Cake Off' for everyone to take part in. Staff, friends and family all made some tasty treats for the competition - local pub manager blind tasted the cakes and decided on the winning entry. Lorraine Johnson, Care Assistant, won first prize.
Kingswood Lodge Care Centre in Wotton-Under-Edge opened their doors up to everyone to join them in their Macmillan Coffee Morning. Staff and relatives all brought in their bakes which went down a treat with all the residents and visitors.
Howdon Care Centre in Wallsend raised £65 for Macmillan at their coffee morning. Residents, staff and friends all joined together to enjoy some delicious cakes, scones and a cuppa or two.
Valley View Care Home in Cefn Hengoed had a very successful morning shared with residents, staff and family members. They had some very tasty bakes contributed by members of the team and family members. They also ran a competition to guess how many sprinkles were on the cake. The winner who guessed the closest amount won a bottle of wine presented to them by the Home Manager.
Craighead Care Home in Newport-on-Tay managed to raise £150 for Macmillan at their coffee morning. The team and visitors all brought in cakes, whether they were home bakes or 'fakes'. They ran a best cake competition and the winner was was awarded a 'Best Baker' badge to wear for the day. All the residents enjoyed having some cake and a natter with all the visitors.
Residents tried their hand at cake decorating at The Rookery Care Home in Ebbw Vale. The team made batches of cupcakes for the residents to decorate for their bake sale. They invited family and friends to join them for a cup of tea and some in the afternoon. A good day was had by all.
Longfield Care Home in Eglinton also took part in the coffee morning by inviting friends and relatives in for a good old natter and a cup of tea. They managed to raise an impressive £95 for the charity.
Thank you to everyone that took part in the Macmillan Coffee Morning!
Date published: 15 September 2017