Dai’s Welsh cakes raise ‘dough’ for Bobath
- Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Youngsters and parents attending a weekly breakfast club at Salem Chapel, Canton were busy celebrating St David’s Day by eating Welsh Cakes made by a good friend of the breakfast club, Dai, to raise money for a children’s charity during Bake for Bobath week.
‘Clwb Brecwast Salem’ was just one of the clubs, schools and organisations from Wales which made and sold cakes to raise money for Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales in Whitchurch, Cardiff.
Nia Richards, Community Fundraising Coordinator at Bobath said “This is the seventh year of Bake for Bobath and we’ve been delighted with the response from clubs all over Wales. It is a lovely way for children to celebrate St David’s Day and help other children at the same time”.
The money raised from Bake for Bobath helps towards reaching the £850,000 Bobath needs each year to continue providing specialist therapy to children throughout Wales who have cerebral palsy.
For more information on Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales, visit www.bobathwales.org