Kids’ baking aids others

Pupils from Collingwood School and Media Arts College in Morpeth, with a special cake to raise money for Cash For Kids
Pupils from Collingwood School and Media Arts College in Morpeth, with a special cake to raise money for Cash For Kids
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Pupils have been baking up a storm to raise funds for disabled and disadvantaged local children on the first ever regional ‘Big Bake Day’.

From cupcakes to current buns, north east bakers have been getting creative with their cooking while raising money for the charity.

To mark the start of Big Bake Day, Primula, Metro Radio and Courage the cat visited Collingwood School and Media Arts College in Morpeth to deliver a cake to mark Primula’s 90th birthday.

The cake, shaped as a giant tube of Primula cheese, was presented to the school along with branded lunch boxes for the children containing a tube of Primula Kids and some other healthy goodies.

Paul Lewney, managing director of Kavli UK, the company behind Primula cheese, said: “Cash For Kids is a fantastic charity which does good for children living right here in the north east, which has been Primula’s home since 1936. We are proud to support this event.”