Doughnut week to support Naomi House

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

Reeve the Baker’s Doughnut Week will see 20p from the sale of every pack of three doughnuts in its 11 stores donated to the hospice, which is near Winchester.

The money raised will pay for a range of play activities including arts, crafts and day trips. Last year, the Wilton-based bakery raised £4,000 for the charity.

Reeve the Baker has been supporting Naomi House for the last 15 years, and during that time the company has donated more than £50,000.

Managing director Gary Reeve said: “We’re proud to support such a worthwhile cause, especially as they enter the next exciting stage of developing their facilities with the Caterpillar Appeal.”

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