Thursday, January 11, 2018

Shed cake for a good cause

A feelgood shedworking-based Christmas story to welcome the new year in - Warwick Buildings and home cake baker Kathryn Mathews from Burntwood (whose home business is run from one of their builds) created a special Nativity Christmas cake for an excellent cause, THE Grub & Gab Club which incorporates the Coventry Open Christmas Event.

Coventry Open Christmas is a voluntary organisation managed by the Grub & Gab Club and provides a real Christmas for anyone in need over the holiday period. The Event is held at the Shelter at Queens Road Baptist Church, Coventry and over the course of the five days of Christmas over 600 meals and serve over 2,000 cups of tea and coffee. 

“Both the Grub & Gab Club logo, a smiling plate face supported by a knife and fork enclosed within a very simple house, and the Club's aims which are to provide food, shelter, warmth and friendship to the homeless or lonely, offered the perfect home for the cake on Christmas Day," said Karen Tolley from Warwick Buildings. "We hope that the Coventry Open Christmas visitors enjoyed the lovely cake that Kathryn Mathews has created.”

Pictured above is David Wilson from Warwick Buildings delivering the cake to Pete Burns on behalf of the charity. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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