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Newsflash!

Thank you to everyone who baked, ate, drank, played, and donated, for our Alzheimer's Society 'Cupcake' Fundraising Coffee Morning on 1st June.

We have raised a massive £202+Gift Aid for the Alzheimer's Society.

Cupcake Fundraising

In the average time it takes to bake a batch of cakes, six people in the UK will develop dementia. It is now the leading cause of death in England and Wales, overtaking both cancer and heart disease.

Your Cupcake Day can help to fund pioneering research, crucial support services and vital care. By hosting your day, you are uniting with us in the fight against the UK's biggest killer.

Until the day we find a cure, because of Cupcakers like you, Alzheimer's Society can continue to be here for anyone affected by dementia — wherever they are, whatever they're going through.

Cupcake Day has raised £2.7 million since 2016 ....

Click for more information about Cupcake Day

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