East Lancashire designer Wayne Hemingway creates apron for charity (From Burnley and Pendle Citizen)
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East Lancashire designer Wayne Hemingway creates apron for charity
A 1970s-inspired apron from the design house set up by East Lancashire-born Red or Dead founders Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway will be sold to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The apron is part of a range of products being sold ahead of Macmillan's annual fundraising event World's Biggest Coffee Morning which is now in its 23rd year.
Last year, more than five million people took part and raised a record-breaking £15 million.
This year's nationwide fundraiser takes place on September 27 and to inspire keen bakers Macmillan has come up with a products to add 2pizazz to any coffee morning”. The apron has been designed by Hemingway Design, from Blackburn. It costs £12.99 and all profits go to Macmillan. It will be available from September 9 at www.macmillan.org.uk/shop and by searching for “apron”.
Other items for sales include the Little Book of Treats which features Dame Maggie Smith's recipe for peanut butter brownies, Rachel Khoo's chouquettes, Gwyneth Paltrow's sweet potato muffins and Antonio Carluccio's torta di ricotta.
The book is available exclusively from M&S cafes for a suggested donation of £4 between September 4 and October 2.
The charity also has an agreement with M&S Cafe where 50p from the sale of every coffee on September 27 will go to Macmillan.
To get involved call 0845 6021246 for further details on the sale and how to take part in the event.
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