Help Orpington NHS Cake Auction

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Bid for your favourite home baked cake and have it in time for Sunday afternoon tea! We have some amazing cakes baked by members of the community for you to enjoy.

Auction Opens at 6.30pm on 16th May 2020.

Please help us raise funds to continue to support NHS Key Workers at our NHS Support Shop, at Crofton Oak Scout Hut in Orpington.
The NHS Support Shop is open 7 days a week, providing free food and essentials to our heroic NHS Workers.  The shop is staffed entirely by volunteers and is stocked via donations or funding that we raise.  The shop currently supports around 100 NHS staff daily.

Cakes will be baked on Saturday 16th May for auction from 18.00.  The auction closes at 12:00 on 17th May and cakes will be delivered before 15:00 on the same day.

We will deliver cakes to the highest bidder, but please note that we can only deliver in the Orpington area (BR5 / BR6). Alternatively,  you are welcome to collect them.

Payment

If you are the successful highest bidder, payment should be made via the following link:


Then click:  Donation and follow the instructions.

Collection/Delivery

You can collect your cake from Crofton Oak Scout Hut, 207 - 213 Crofton Road,  BR6 8PT  OR  if you require delivery please email  croftoncma@gmail.com with your address before 14.00 on Sunday 17th May.

Note that if we do not hear from you by 16.00 on 17th May your cake will be donated to the NHS Support Shop.

Bakers will be wearing masks and gloves when baking the cakes.

All proceeds raised are to support the Help Orpington NHS Group to fund the Free NHS Shop used by NHS Key Workers at Crofton Oak Scout Hut.

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Triple Chocolate Fudge Cake
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Carrot Cake
Lot 19
£ 61
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Triple Layer Vanilla Sponge
Lot 29
£ 26
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Rainbow Vanilla Lemon Cake
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£ 26
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Chocolate Raspberry Tray Bake
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£ 25
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Jammy Dodger Cake
Lot 13
£ 40
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Fresh Cream Victoria Sponge Cake
Lot 22
£ 38
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Giant Strawberry Scone Cake
Lot 9
£ 30
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Lemon Meringue Cake
Lot 23
£ 25
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Double Orange Cake
Lot 8
£ 23
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Victoria Sponge
Lot 25
£ 21
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Pots of Gold Rainbow Jar Cakes
Lot 11
£ 50
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NHS Angels: Vanilla Sponge With Chocolate Buttercream and Strawberry.
Lot 10
£ 70
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M&M Drip Cake
Lot 31
£ 50
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Chocolate Cake
Lot 15
£ 32
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Berry Bavarois Cake
Lot 30
£ 25
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Heart Four Quarters Cake
Lot 18
£ 30
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Coffee & Walnut Cake
Lot 32
£ 23
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Rocky Road Heart
Lot 4
£ 42
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Chocolate Smarties Cake
Lot 12
£ 39
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Cappuccino Cake
Lot 3
£ 66
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Chocolate Raspberry Nutella Cake
Lot 16
£ 21
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Gluten Free Strawberries and Cream Cake
Lot 28
£ 25
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NHS Angels Cake
Lot 1
£ 30
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Caramel Cake
Lot 7
£ 30
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Classic Fruit Cake
Lot 27
£ 26
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Zesty Orange Cake
Lot 6
£ 30
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Strawberries & Cream Cake
Lot 24
£ 61
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After The Storm NHS Cake
Lot 33
£ 31
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Home Baked Fruit Cake
Lot 20
£ 23
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6 Vanilla Cupcakes
Lot 17
£ 26
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Gin & Tonic Cake
Lot 21
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6 Vanilla Cupcakes
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