NEW DATES ANNOUNCED FOR NATIONAL DOUGHNUT WEEK 2021

10th – 18th July 2021

National Doughnut Week has announced it will be moving the dates for its annual charity week from May to July. Due to recent developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, National Doughnut Week will now be held on 10th – 18th July 2021 and registration is now open.

The charity week, sponsored by CSM Bakery Solutions, raises vital funds for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. More updates to follow…

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The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.

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Dunns Bakery is a renowned bakery in the heart of Crouch End, ran by the Son of Doughnut Week founder, Christopher Freeman.

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Bakers from the whole of the UK take part in National Doughnut Week…

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Independent Hertfordshire bakery, Simmons Bakers, said‌: “For National Doughnut Week last year we produced an extra range of hand-finished luxury doughnuts, the sales of which we donated a portion of. We sold over 3,500 doughnuts, donating 25p each and raising £900. It was a fantastic way for us to offer support in the way we know best – sweet treats! We are honoured to have been able to contribute to such a worthy cause and will continue to do so each year.”

Welsh bakers, Jenkins Bakeries, commented: “David Jenkins Ltd is proud to participate in National Doughnut Week. It is a seasonal event that our staff in the bakery and our retail teams look forward to during the year. Not only is it a great opportunity to showcase our superb range of doughnuts but also to support The Children’s Trust. We look forward to supporting again in 2020

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