Julie’s friends rise to the challenge for Sidmouth fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 14:30 19 June 2017

Julie Clayden's friends raised £850 with the bake sale and online appeal

Julie Clayden's friends raised £850 with the bake sale and online appeal

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Half a dozen bakers joined a national cupcake campaign to net £455 for a dementia charity at Sidmouth Cricket Club last week.

Julie Clayden organised the fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Society and also set up an online appeal that netted another £395.

She said: “My dad has Alzheimer’s and although finding a cure for him and others like him is too late, it may not be too late for future generations.

“I can’t thank everyone enough for their support – I am lucky to have such a great bunch of friends. So far the total is £850 and people are still giving on line. It was a great morning for a great cause.”

The national campaign called on bakers to ‘rise’ for dementia.

It was fronted by Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford.

Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/julieclayden to boost Julie’s total.


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