Sisters Madison and Tilly Pullen have won a charity bake off at Covers Timber and Builders Merchants in Bognor Regis.
Volunteers from St Barnabas House hospice in Worthing and Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice near Arundel visited the depot to judge the Builders’ Bake Off competition.
Covers staff and their families showcased their baking prowess to compete for the title of Best Builders’ Bake Off 2016, with Madison and Tilly, daughters of kitchen designer and sales consultant David Pullen, named winners for their star-shaped cookies.
The delicious array of homemade cakes was then sold as part of Covers’ Help for Hospices week.
The bake off was one of several fundraising activities that took place at depots across the south east to support hospice charities in the region.
Proceeds will contribute to the final fundraising target of more than £25,000, which will be split between the 11 hospices.
Rupert Green, chairman at Covers, said: “Congratulations to our winning bakers, Madison and Tilly, and thank you to everyone who supported the Builders’ Bake Off and helped to raise vital funds for these exceptional charities.”
The prize draw, which includes a London hotel theatre break for two, will take place tomorrow.
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