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Grateley Host Macmillan Bake Sale



MACMILLAN provide services for people living with cancer at every stage of their cancer experience. They provide emotional, practical, physical, and financial support.


The charity is 98% funded by voluntary donations, so fundraising is essential to make sure they can deliver the vital support people living with cancer need.


On Friday 29th September Grateley House School held a Bake Sale to raise money for MACMILLAN. Holding the Bake Sale was the perfect opportunity to enjoy something delicious for a great cause.


The students were very keen to support this charity and spent time during the week baking a selection of tasty culinary delights that would be sold to raise money for this well deserving cause.


Two of our Year 7 students helped to set up the tables and display the baked goodies on the day of the sale. They helped to label the different cakes and savoury options available, so the eager purchasers could make their choices with ease. Along with a Year 11 student, they both helped staff to manage the growing queue of customers, ensuring they entered the sale in an orderly manner. They also served everyone politely and with a smile.


Everyone was impressed with the fine spread of cakes and savoury options on offer.


We are very proud that we were able to raise £130!


One in two of us will face cancer, and the money we raised at the Grateley House School Bake Sale will support MACMILLAN to help everyone with cancer to live life as fully as they can.