STAFF at Cabot Financial (Marlin) in Worthing put their baking skills to the test to raise money for charity.
The Great Cabot Bake Off, held in December, was just one of the fundraising events to take place at the Grafton Road offices last year.
The company, which is part of the Cabot Credit Management Group, raised nearly £4,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice, which cares for those with progressive life-shortening conditions.
Kat Norton, customer ops, made a spectacular gingerbread house, complete with snowman and Father Christmas, which was auctioned.
Other fundraising events throughout the year included a Christmas raffle and a pub quiz night.
Kat presented the cheque to Sarah Arnold, corporate fundraising manager at Chestnut Tree House.
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