Saturday Play Club raises £250 selling cakes in Saffron Walden

13:02 05 June 2014

The Saturday Play Club raises just under £250 with a cake sale outside Boots The Chemist in Saffron Walden.

The Saturday Play Club raises just under £250 with a cake sale outside Boots The Chemist in Saffron Walden.

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Staff, parents and children from Accuro’s Saturday Play Club baked a variety of cakes which were sold outside Boots in Market Square, Saffron Walden.

People showed their support for the charity, which runs the Play Club 42 weeks a year at Dame Bradbury’s School, offering support to children and young people with disabilities aged six to 16.

The £248.64 raised from sales and donations will help meet the club’s running costs.

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