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Jun 2018
Cupcake day!

Cupcake day 2018!!

Cupcake day is back on the 14th June and everyone is invited!! Last years cupcake day raised over one million pounds for people affected by dementia and we want to make this years event even bigger and better!!

Dementia devastates lives. In the U.K. someone develops dementia every three minute, and there is currently no cure. But together we will beat it and dementia will not win!

Until the day we find a cure, Alzheimer’s society will be there for anyone affected by dementia, wherever they are and whatever they’re going through!

Here at BISPHAM ROAD PHARMACY we have chosen mental health as one of our chosen charities for 2018 where we hold events to raise money and donate all money made to our chosen charity. Towards that we are holding this bake sale in aid of Alzheimer’s society which we are hosting on the 14th June.

It will be on all day so please call in at your own leisure there will be a variety of cake including vegan and gluten free options! We will also have fruit for those who prefer a healthier option! All of the cakes are being made by our members of staff! So please call in, all money made goes to Alzheimer’s society.
We hope to see you all there from the team at BISPHAM ROAD PHARMACY

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