Hospitality students raise cash and the temperature in the kitchen

Hospitality students raise cash and the temperature in the kitchen
FVC Tea Time Treats

Hospitality students served up some tasty treats recently to raise more than £200 for MacMillan Cancer Care.

Students from the Foundation Apprenticeship (FA) in Hospitality class at Stirling High School run by FVC’s Arnelle Hall made some Tea Time Treat boxes at an event forming part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of the worthy cause, and raised £105.00!

While Arnelle’s lecturing colleague Rufaro Saunyama also oversaw his NC bakery class at the College’s Stirling Campus as they produced some quality cakes and sweets to raise a further £95.76 for the charity

Arnelle, said: “This was all in aid of such a worthy cause and the annual MacMillan coffee morning presented a wonderful opportunity for our students to put their baking skills to good use.  The current pandemic had made it more challenging, as we could not host our coffee mornings in the usual manner, but we weren’t going to let that stop us.

“The Tea Time Treat boxes were put out for contactless collection and the tea time delights were individually wrapped so that no cup of coffee or tea went without.  Our students rose to the challenge and produced beautiful, tasty treats.  We are so grateful to all our partners, colleagues and friends for their generosity and support.  A huge thank you to you all.”

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