Staff from the School of Hair and Beauty at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) swapped scissors for spatulas when they held a cake sale and whisked up over £100 for charity.
Coconut and Victoria sponges, carrot cake, rum cake, chocolate fudge cake, lemon drizzle, Malteaser cake, a Mississippi mud pie and chocolate brownies were among the tasty treats on offer.
Cash from the sale will go to Global Radio’s charity Make Some Noise, which helps various small projects supporting disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
Staff and students were quick to compliment on the quality of the cakes at the fundraiser organised by Beauty Therapy Lecturer Amy Frankland and Work-based Assessor Ines Angelini.
Amy said: “We were absolutely delighted to have raised such a good amount of money for the charity, and would like to thank everyone who made the cakes and those who bought them who helped make the sale such a success.”
- Last Updated: 13 October 2016