We are honoured and delighted to have been chosen by two teams this year as the Charity they support as part of the CI Student Business Challenge.
CSEN Guernsey -Rachael and Naomi - are making fabulous looking cakes both for sale at events and to order
The girls say: "Naomi and Rachel welcome you to their temporary
business page. News of upcoming sales will be advertised here .
**100% profits will be donated to the excellent Les Bourgs Hospice
Feel free to place an order if you have an event or a craving for some local bakes!
Future plans include selling traditional gache melee in the market, plus many opportunities to purchase a variety of cakes."
See their Facebook page CSEN Guernsey for more information
The flavours they have on offer so far are Ginger Biscuits, Flapjacks, muffins in these flavours, Lemon Drizzle, Banana and Cinnamon, Double Chocolate, Cherry and Almond, Cherry and Walnut, Cherry and Banana, yum! Well done girls and the very best of luck.
HOME CYCLE - Guernsey - Phoebe, Izzy and Pip from the Grammar School.
We are also delighted to have Home Cycle who are Phoebe and her team from the Grammar School who are upcycling materials to make some amazing gifts.
The team say: "As a group we have come up with the idea of recycling old items, such as: newspapers, sea glass, pebbles, tins and wrapping paper. With these items we have created a wide range of eco-friendly products, that are susceptible for all ages. Together we have named our business HomeCycle, which links to the fact that we recycle. The kind of products that we will be selling are : Newspaper coasters, Newspaper baskets, Stationary holders made out of tins, Picture frames with maps of Guernsey and a message in them, painted pebbles and Sea glass necklaces."
These look amazing, well done and best of luck to you all.
Thank you to both teams for
Do you have a friend raising money for Les Bourgs Hospice?
We have lots of fundraising events going on, click here to register for one
One of the biggest changes to data Privacy law comes into effect
on the 25th May 2018. The General Data Protection
Regulation also known as GDPR means that as individuals we will all
have more control as to how our personal data is used. Also it
ensures that organisations such as Les Bourgs Hospice put robust
systems in place to meet the requirements of the regulation.
Therefore we will in due course be publishing on our website and in
all the information we provide a privacy notice reflecting what we
do with personal data, how it is used and your rights as
individuals under the new law.
Mrs Jo Boyd MBE
For our privacy notice please click on the text above.