A local law firm held its own version of the Great British Bake Off to raise much-needed funds for the charity Harry’s Rainbow, which supports young people and their families after bereavement.
Picton’s MD Sukh Saini said: “We try to support as many local charities as we can and all our staff are very generous.
“The Bake Off Day in our Luton and Milton Keynes offices was a big success and our teams magnificently managed to eat a lot of cakes and between them raised £200.”
Harry’s Rainbow was begun by Harry’s parents when their five-year-old son passed away unexpectedly after a short illness that didn’t initially appear to be life-threatening.
His mum, Odette Mould, recalls: “This was a total shock to us. We chose to donate some of Harry’s organs which went on to help three people have a better quality of life. He was such a caring, giving person we believe this was the right decision to make.”
> Visit www.harrysrainbow.co.uk/