Doughnut week in aid of Naomi House

Salisbury Journal: Doughnut week in aid of Naomi House Doughnut week in aid of Naomi House

A DOUGHNUT week is to raise money for Naomi House children’s hospice.

Wilton-based bakery Reeve the Baker, is running the week across its 11 stores, including Salisbury, Amesbury and Wilton and will donate 20p from the sale of every pack of three doughnuts to the charity.

Fiona Hansford, from Naomi House said: “There can’t be an easier way to help Naomi House than by treating yourself to a delicious jam doughnut.

“We’re delighted that Reeve the Baker continues to support us with this fantastic event and are grateful to all their loyal customers who get involved.”

Reeve the Baker has been supporting Naomi House since 1999 and has raised more than £50,000 since then.

The money raised in doughnut week, which starts on Monday, will go towards funding the hydrotherapy pool at the hospice, which helps provide pain relief and relaxation for young patients.

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