NATIONAL DOUGHNUT WEEK 10th – 17th MAY…

Keep Calm and Bake Cakes

National Doughnut Week – a whole week celebrating and encouraging us to eat doughnuts – heaven!

Doughnuts are usually deep fried and ring shaped with, or without a hole. They can be plain, with a dusting of sugar or have a various toppings, such as chocolate, or an icing glaze with sprinkles. They can be filled with many things including jam, cream or custard.

However, there is a very serious reason for this indulgence – if you buy doughnuts between 10-17 May 2014 from participating bakeries then you will be helping to raise money for a very good cause – The Children’s Trust.

National Doughnut Week has raised over £755,000 in the past 21 years for children’s charities. And, it is hoped that at least £30,000 will be raised to make this the best year ever.

The Children’s Trust is a national charity working with children who have multiple disabilities and complex health needs. The Children’s Trust is based in Tadworth, Surrey, but their services are offered to children from across the UK. For more information about the charity, events and ways to raise money go to The Children’s Trust website.

This year the organisers are hoping to have over 600 bakeries, cafes’ and shops involved. So, if you are a shop or bakery and want to learn more about how you can register and participate in this great, fun event then click here to find everything you need to know.

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4 thoughts on “NATIONAL DOUGHNUT WEEK 10th – 17th MAY…

  1. It sounds an excellent plan! That week is also Christian Aid week … there are so many charities now that I reckon we could probably raise money for a different one every day of the year. It’s a puzzle what to do, sometimes.

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    1. Hi gill, you are so right about how many awareness weeks and days there are now, and like you say you just have to support the ones you feel strongest about as you cannot possibly support them all.

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