Friday, 20 October 2017

Bank bakes for a good cause

THE NatWest branch in Market Place, Henley, held a cake sale to raise money for charity.

THE NatWest branch in Market Place, Henley, held a cake sale to raise money for charity.

It was part of a company wide drive to raise money for the Prince’s Trust.

The Henley branch raised £91.

The event was organised by Peter Scarrott, the store’s senior personal banker.

He baked his first ever Victoria sponge for the occasion.



Other members of staff also baked cakes while some were donated by Patisserie Valerie, in Market Place, and Franco Belge, in Duke Street.

Mr Scarrott said: “NatWest as a company is working with the Prince’s Trust so every branch up and down the country is doing some fund-raising in July.

“We did a bake sale and are asking for donations.”

He thanked the two shops for donating cakes.



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