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Ipswich: Archant Suffolk supporting Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 13:51 15 November 2012

Anne Kindred holds up some of the cakes on sale for Children in Need in the Archant Suffolk offices.

Anne Kindred holds up some of the cakes on sale for Children in Need in the Archant Suffolk offices.

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BAKERS from the Archant Suffolk HQ have been cooking up a storm.

Staff at lower Brook Street spent last night baking a selection of tasty treats that are today on sale in aid of Children in Need. Among those who contributed was Anne Kindred, who works in reception.

One of our master bakers said: “It is great to know that not only are people enjoying our treats but also that we are helping children who really are in need.”

What are you doing for Children in Need? Tell us how you will be raising money via iwitness - you can also send us photos and videos to be included in our Children in Need section. Visit suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk

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