CARERS baked cakes and biscuits to support people living with dementia.

Staff from Carefound Home Care ran a cake stall and raised £100 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Kellie Swindells, recruitment and community manager at Carefound Home Care, said: “I want to say a great big thank you to all that helped or donated cakes..

"The event was a great success and we were delighted to be able to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society.”

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“We had some amazing cakes and biscuits to offer residents of Wilmslow and it was lovely to meet and talk to so many local people, many of whom have been affected by dementia in some way.”

Nicki Nalton, community fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Society, said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to the Carefound Home Care team for their very generous donation.”

"The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for families. People affected by dementia need us now more than ever but the pandemic has hit us hard financially, despite an unprecedented demand for our services.”

Money raised by the cake stall will help the charity to reach and support more people through services like their dementia connect support line.

Carefound Home Care is currently recruiting care assistants in Wilmslow, Alderley Edge and Knutsford and live-in carers across Cheshire.

Anyone interested can call Kellie on 01625 326471 or visit