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The Mollie Berry Bake Off in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support!

Wednesday 13th February 2019

On Monday 11th February, Performance in People (PiP) supported Mollie Townsend in ‘The Mollie Berry Bake Off’ who is taking on the world-renowned London Marathon on 28th April 2019. Mollie is raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support and has a goal to reach of £2,500 – there’s no better way to fundraise than by eating cake, right?!

All staff needed to do to get involved was to follow the recipe below:

Step 1: Get your thinking cap on and keep your idea top secret!

Step 2: Visit your local shop or supermarket and purchase the ingredients for your sweet or savoury treat.

Step 3: Get your apron on and start baking!

Step 4: Time to decorate – presentation is key if you’re going to be in for the chance of winning.

Step 5: Resist the urge to scoff the whole cake!

Step 6: Deliver the goods and donate £2 to enter the competition.

Step 7: Await to hear the results following the judge’s decision


In true bake-off style, Mollie tasted each cake that entered into the competition for taste, presentation and texture. The results were as follows…

  • 1st Place: Kate Jones who baked a Coffee & Wallnut Cake
  • 2nd Place: Chloe Townsend who baked Raspberry & White Chocolate Muffins
  • 3rd Place: Elysia Jones who baked Cranberry & White Chocolate Flapjacks


Mollie Berry’s Bake Off raised an amazing £118.50 towards Mollie’s overall fundraising target. Thank you to everyone who got involved and made the bake off such a success! If you’d like to understand Mollie’s motivation for taking on the London Marathon and donate to the cause, click here.

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