National Doughnut Week: Annual charity event returns at Dunn’s Bakery in Crouch End
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Whether you like your doughnuts caked in sugar, with icing on, or with a hole in the middle, Dunn’s Bakery will be able to cater for your tastes as part of National Doughnut Week.
Since it started in 1991, it has raised nearly £1million for the Children's Trust, which helps those with brain injuries. Last year £33,678 was donated by customers.
The campaign was started by Dunn's owner Christopher Freeman, and has been taken on by his son Lewis since his retirement.
Lewis said: "It's a fantastic charity that provides a great service for the children. We look forward to helping them every year."
The week, which starts on Saturday, will see 25p from each dougnut sold donated to the charity.
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Dunn's will also be hosting a doughnut decorating session for the children.
Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West said: I'm delighted to fly the flag for the EU and the fabulous Dunn's bakery this national doughnut week. A bit of fun for a fantastic cause!"
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