A very encouraging start … Jude reporting

Cakes on a trayJude Smith

 

Jude reports back after week one of Bake and Pray:

 

 

 

“Last Sunday saw a very encouraging start to Bake and Pray, with 61 signatures on the list by the end of the day. However, we have 161 shops and businesses on our High Street, so still lots opportunities for many more of you to get involved.

“As last year, one of the first to sign up was the Mighty Warriors group….how about your small group being involved this year?

“The Christmas card to take with your cake will be available to pick up from the Bake and Pray table in the main hall this Sunday, so if you have already signed up, do come and collect a card.

“If you have not yet signed up, do come and choose your shop, whilst there is still choice! …or contact me any time during the week to reserve your shop.”

You can also contact Jude Smith during the week on judems@blueyonder.co.uk

For full details of how you can be involved click here to go to our Bake and Pray web news page.

 

 

 

 

18th Nov 2015 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

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