Coylton Association to Organize Cupcake competition to Support Anti-Cancer drive
In order to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, Coylton Community Association is going to organize cupcake competition.
The competition is going to take place on September 29 at the Claude Hamilton Hall. Timings of the competition are from 11am to 2pm. During the given time period, participants have to bake three cupcakes and decorate as per their likes.
Out of three cupcakes, one will be used for judging and the other two cupcakes will be sold for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The event is part of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning. A number of other things will be organized in order to raise funds for the event. It has been found that a team of health care professionals has been organizing an event in order to raise funds.
In order to do so, they are asking people to take part in Pilate's sessions. Some of other activities that they can try are coffee aromatherapy hand massage.
Sarah Goldie, Macmillan's fund-raising manager for Wearside, said that still there is a time to take part in the coffee morning for Macmillan. "We want to make sure no one has to face cancer alone, but we can't do it without the amazing people who fund-raise for us", said Goldie.
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