Gravesend bakers raise over £250 for Comic Relief selling tasty treats

PUBLISHED: 14:23 22 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:23 22 March 2013

Selling like hot cakes at The Gr@nd in aid of Comic Relief.

Selling like hot cakes at The Gr@nd in aid of Comic Relief.


Homemade cakes sold at the Gr@nd, in King Street, Gravesend have helped raise more than £250 for Comic Relief.

The cakes were donated by the Gravesend Women’s Institute, as well as Cakebox, in Milton Road, and Emmanuel Baptist Church, in Windmill Street.

Liz Read, Gr@nd operations manager, said “It was a lovely morning, the Gr@nd was really busy and it was great that we got to raise some money for such a worthwhile cause.”

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