There were six “re-fuelling” stations along the course of the 2015 Nightingale Walk providing food and drink for the walkers. Each station was hosted by one of the organisations that benefitted from the money raising.
As a bit of fun this year, and in line with the 2015 theme of “Walk Off The Bake Off”, we held a competition among the different stations to determine who could bake the best cakes.
All the stations put on a great spread and made some magnificent cakes – in fact the team from the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability’s cakes were so good that they were all eaten by walkers by the time the judge arrived at their station.
The Scouts warranted a special mention for providing hot tea and chairs to sit down whilst enjoying cake and sandwiches and they also made special biscuits for the dogs who walked the course.
The Haven provide a dazzlingly wide range of cakes on their station.
The winner of the competition, however, was the Wandsworth Community Transport station who baked an exceptional Pineapple Upside Down cake to carry off the Bake Off trophy!
Congratulations to Wandsworth Community Transport and thank you to all who contributed cakes and biscuits. You did us proud.