Divine and delicate, velvety and spongy, light and scrumptious… The dining hall is all cake lovers’ paradise today in break time, leaving them nothing to be desired.What’s better is that it’s guilt-free – as they are exchanging devilish calories for good, leashing themselves from their belts to feast on the heavenly cakes sold today.
For once, weight-conscious students can forget their calories intake and stuff themselves as much as they want for the Macmillan coffee morning, the biggest coffee morning. By buying every doughnut or home-baked cakes, all of the money collected will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, raising money for people living with cancer. Students and staff gifted with baking talents could seize the opportunity and display their excel skills in baking today too; it could not have been nicer of them to volunteer to bake for good.
To make things short, today’s event is a triple win, both to a win for us cake lovers, win for bakers and those who have a philanthropic heart. It has been a part of a tradition of Concord College for years, and this year, almost all cakes and doughnuts are sold out, leaving satisfying tummies going to their lessons.
Yanshing Cheung 6.1