Oldham Deaf Children's Society host Big Cake Bake
Reporter: Jess Reeves
Date published: 02 May 2019
National Deaf Children's Society
The society will be hosting a big cake bake tomorrow (Friday 3rd May), to raise money for deaf children and young people.
A Big Cake Bake is a fundraiser for the National Deaf Children's Society as part of Deaf Awareness Week that is recognised between the 6th and the 12th of May.
People all over the country can host their Big Cake Bakes at home, work or in their community.
All fundraising goes towards helping and breaking down the barriers for the 50,000 deaf children in the UK.
Stanley Road Childrens Centre will be hosting their Big Cake Bake between 10am and 12 noon on Derby Street in Chadderton.
Find out more about the National Deaf Children's Society here: https://www.ndcs.org.uk/.
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