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They might not have got a handshake from Paul Hollywood – but there were certainly no soggy bottoms left afterwards.

Green Structural Engineering, an engineering company in Blythe Road, Hammersmith, has held a Bake Off to raise money for St. Mungo’s, a homeless shelter with bases all over London.

And there wasn’t a crumb left by the end of the evening.

St. Mungo’s are a homeless shelter that not only help people find a place to call home by offering temporary & long-term shelter, but they also help people move on in their lives.

Green Structural Engineering’s Bake Off to raise money for charity

They do this through offering health services, running education courses & using an individual’s skills and interests as a basis for recovery to help keep people off the streets permanently.

The Bake Off took place in their office in Hammersmith and the colleagues all had a blast and baked some great cakes and pastries. Contestants were asked to bake a showstopper and were judged by their colleagues.

Congrats to both Varuni & Triantafyllos for winning best taste & best presented!

Green Structural Engineering’s Bake Off to raise money for charity

Thanks to the amazing efforts from the staff at the office, GSE managed to raise £150 for St. Mungo’s.

GSE have dedicated 2022 to donate to four chosen charities, all throughout various events.

Though starting with a Bake Off, they also have plans for a pub quiz, a cycle-thon & a Gala Ball in the summer, planning to donate money to Great Ormond Street Hospital, Solace Women’s Aid & Battersea Dogs and Cats Home too.

 

 

 

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