Care home residents from Fairway View, in Bulwell have been ‘baking up a storm’ in an effort to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Residents, who were inspired by the charities’ commitment to supporting older people throughout the pandemic, decided on a tasty treats themed fundraiser. The care team and residents set to work to bake delicious cupcakes for their bake sale.

Residents enjoyed sharing their favourite recipes and even hosted a ‘Bake Off’ style challenge Complete with awards for ‘Messiest Baker’, ‘Star Baker’ and ‘Most Creative Design’!

Resident, Brenda Walton, said, ‘I have always loved to bake, growing up I learnt from my family and always enjoyed making delicious treats for others when I had the chance. It was great to be involved in each step, from weighing out the ingredients, mixing to decorating and knowing it was all for a great cause made the cupcakes all the sweeter!’.

The cupcakes were then sold to staff, friends, relatives, doctors and nurses; who all made a charitable contribution for the worthy charity.

Fairway View Carer, Rebecca Bagley, was proud to support the Alzheimer’s Society

Home Manager, Gaynor Smart-McCann, said, ‘We are always looking for ways that we can support charitable causes, if that be on a national scale or contributing to a local go fund me here in Bulwell. To join forces together to make these delicious cakes was a brilliant bonding activity that was filled with fun and laughter. We are thrilled to have raised so much money during our bake sale for the Alzheimer’s Society and we are proud to know our donation will go towards supporting people affected by dementia’.