Monday, 8 June 2015

Ready, set, bake for Red Nose Day 2015.

This year, Red Nose Day falls on the 13th March 2015. For those who don’t know, Red Nose Day is a national day held each year by Comic Relief, in order to help raise money and awareness for those in need, helping to transform the lives of millions at home in the UK, as well as many across Africa. 

Since last year’s Red Nose Day, Comic Relief has spent £99 million, helping over 12 million people. Supporting Red Nose Day and Comic Relief really makes a difference to those in need, helping them to overcome their problems – to do your bit and help, all you need to do is get involved! 

In the run up to Red Nose Day, hundreds of products are on offer for you to buy from all major supermarkets – with the majority of money that you spend going towards Comic Relief. This year, I bought the ‘Great Comic Relief Bake Off‘ cookbook, costing only £2.50, with £2 going straight to Comic Relief – what’s to lose?
! The Red Nose Day cookbook is packed with 14 simple recipes taken from Mary Berry and other ‘Great British Bake Off’ cookbooks, ranging from yummy apricot cookies to an orange and olive loaf bake. It also includes lots of useful tips on how to set up a bake sale and raise money for Comic Relief by selling your newly baked favourite treats! 

Like many others I’m sure, I am a huge fan of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ yet often find myself staring in admiration/jealousy at the creations made on the show. Therefore for those like me who can’t bake yet wish they could; this simple recipe cookbook was perfect, and so much fun to use!
However, for those who aren’t a fan of baking but want to donate towards Comic Relief, there are hundreds of other products on offer (mugs, t-shirts, red noses etc) which will help in the fundraising for Red Nose Day. Alternatively, donate or sponsor online at, even the smallest donation can make a huge difference. 


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