The PLOTT team were introduced to John Taylor Hospice in 2017 when they were Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce’s annual chosen charity. We were blown away by the amazing work they do, providing much support for people living with terminal illness.

Our whole team love getting involved in fun activities and supporting local causes and last June we were proud to win the Chamber members JTH £50 challenge – participants were given £50 to kickstart fundraising initiatives to raise as much money as possible over 4 months.

So, when JTH approached us with their idea for a ’Big Brummie Bake’ – we jumped at the chance to be involved. Who doesn’t love cake?

We worked closely with the JTH team to create the event branding and materials ‘kneaded’ to get cracking on the event and hopefully raise plenty of dough!

It was genuinely great fun working on a local fund-raising activity knowing what a difference it would make. And we’re excited to be ‘rising to the occasion’ and hosting our own Big Brummie Bake in the PLOTT office on Friday 5th April.

We’re putting PLOTT creativity to the test and can’t wait to see the team’s baking-based design flair. Hopefully the creations will taste as good as they look! We’ll be each bringing our show-stopping creations into the office to raise some much-kneaded dough by selling the cakes to neighbouring businesses and any lucky clients.

Our very own Katie Hale, President of the Sutton Coldfield Chamber, is also judging the Big Brummie Bake at the Hospice.

We’re all huge fans of the Great British Bake Off and we expect competition to be high.

So, let the baking battle begin!

We’re urging all local businesses to join us by taking part in the Big Brummie Bake on Friday 5th April and change a life with every slice.

Whether you’re a whisk taker or a star baker, whip up something special and bake a difference for John Taylor Hospice. It’s a piece of cake!

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