DEDICATED PARENTS and teachers from a Grasscroft school for children with autism are throwing on their baking aprons and creating a whole range of delicious cakes to sell at their Macmillan Coffee Morning.
Friends of Bright Futures School (FBFS) – the parent/teacher association of Bright Futures School – is hosting the charity fundraising coffee morning on Friday, September 30.
The event, to coincide with the National Charity Fundraiser, will take place at Bright Futures School, 164 Oldham Road, Grasscroft from 10.30am until 12 noon to raise funds for the charity and also the school.
Zoe Thompson, School Proprietor and Head of Development at Bright Futures, said: “This is the third charity fundraiser we have organised this year and we are really looking forward to welcoming as many people as possible.
“There will be tea, coffee and lots of delicious cakes, so why not pop in and help us to raise money for MacMillan and Friends of Bright Futures School?”
On the day, the team at Bright Futures School will also officially open a newly refurbished bright and airy classroom for pupils and show visitors around.