Maison Blanc launches charity cupcake

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Editor 19th September 2014
  charity cupcake To coincide with National Cupcake Week Maison Blanc’s patissiers have designed and created a new cupcake to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support with 50p of every ‘Macmillan Cupcake’ sold going to the cancer charity. Marketing Director Rebecca Rose said: “We are incredibly proud to support Macmillan Cancer Support and to help people affected by cancer. We will be fundraising across all of our 14 branches and working hard to sell as many cupcakes as possible.” Priced at £1.99, the ‘Macmillan Cupcake’ is made from a light vanilla flavoured sponge and topped with vanilla buttercream with a green marzipan Macmillan ribbon. Maison Blanc Patisserie OxfordFundraising Manager Carole Hefferman said: “We are delighted that Maison Blanc has chosen to support us. With over 900 people in the UK being diagnosed with cancer every day all monies raised are vital in ensuring that we can continue to deliver and expand the range of services we offer to people affected by cancer and their families.” About Maison Blanc: Maison Blanc is the authentic French Boulangerie and Pâtisserie created in Oxford in 1981, it was the first authentic pâtisserie and bakery in England, setting the standard for subsequent pâtisseries. As a mark of its success, since then Maison Blanc has grown across the South East to include 14 individual local branches. Their vision centre’s on providing customers with a taste of France making authentic French and high quality products daily by serving a selection of fresh artisan breads, pastries, savouries and world-famous pâtisserie, all made in Maison Blanc’s very own bakery. See our photos of other cupcakes as part of National Cupcake Week here.
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 19th September 2014

Maison Blanc launches charity cupcake