Monday, 18 October 2010


My colleague Claire Dodd, Child Protection Training and Support Officer at the Blenheim Centre sent me this message...

"Hi  Chris, a member of Parent Partnership team had a large number of baking apples from her garden and rather them go to waste, brought them into the office for anyone to help themselves. As a result, the Child Protection team, Parent partnership, TPPI and LEX service decided to run a bake off competition using apples as the main ingredient during the summer holidays and into this term. We also decided it would be a good way to raise some money for the Pakistan flood appeal. We managed to raise about £60 during this period. It would be very nice to try and get this to £100.

I would like to invite you to join us for our last push, to raise this money, to a tasting session on Wednesday morning at 10.30-11.30 at the table downstairs near to all the teams involved. As we have seen so many apples over the last few weeks, there may not be many items with this as an ingredient, but there will be many delights to sample and purchase and all at very cheap prices.

Look forward to seeing you there. Cheers, Claire."

Sadly I am elsewhere but I hope as many colleagues as possible help Claire and colleagues reach their target.

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