‘Great Easter bake-off’ helps boost Ely marathon runner’s fundraising total
PUBLISHED: 12:49 31 March 2016 | UPDATED: 12:49 31 March 2016
Two neuro-physiotherapists are running the London Marathon to help raise cash to by equipment to help the rehabilitation of people who have suffered a brain injury.
Great Easter bake-off at Fen House Ely
Fen House, Ely, Cake Bake competition, Stephen Goulborn, with his winng cake, 2nd place in Most Creative
Fen House, Ely, Cake Bake competition, (l-r) Functional Skills Assistant Sarah Clowe, and Mark Dunbar, with their cake
Fen House, Ely, Cake Bake competition, Marathon runners (l-r) Lee Masssingham, and Rachel Fenner, fundraising at the cake bake
Fen House, Ely, Cake Bake competition, (l-r) Chef Maxine Ward, Mayor Lis Every, and Deputy Manager Jackie Collett, judging,
Fen House, Ely, Cake Bake competition, (l-r) Mayor Lis Every, Deputy Manager Jackie Collett, and Chef Maxine Ward, judging,
Lee Massingham and Rachel Fenner, who work at Fen House specialist rehabilitation centre in Ely, are hoping to raise over £3,000 and a cake bake at the rehabilitation centre on Thursday raised £185 towards their target.
The cash will be used to buy equipment to help service users of Fen house, who have suffered an acquired brain injury, for example a stroke or a traumatic injury.
Lee said: “We want to use the funds to buy a specialist upper limb work station which will help clients work on improving the movement and function in their arms and hands.”
Service users worked together to make cakes for the Fen House Great Easter Bake-off which was judged by Ely’s mayor Councillor Lis Every.
Please visit Lee and Rachel’s JustGiving page to donate https://www.justgiving.com/Fenhouse-marathon
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