Baker prepares for next charity chutney stall
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Charity baker David Brown will be back in Beccles next weekend selling his cakes and chutneys.
Mr Brown, from Burgh St Peter, will be setting up his stall in Exchange Square on Saturday, August 26, from 8am.
Funds raised on the day will go to Help for Heroes, a cause he has been supporting for the past eight years with his late wife Pat.
The couple were inspired to start fundraising through their daughter Sally Williams, who has served in the army for more than 20 years. To date, they have raised over £66,000 for the cause.
Mr Brown has recently received support for his baking from local businesses.
He said: 'I would like to thank Tesco for their support in supplying fruit and vegetables, Wine Vaults for the glass jars for the chutneys and the Beccles Antiques Market organisers who donated £50 to Help for Heroes.'
To keep up-to-date with his fundraising, search for Dad's Help for Heroes Page on Facebook.
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