During our travels we visited alot of small towns, where we experienced a real sense of community. However, this didn’t just exist in the smaller towns and villages we stumbled across, but even in the major cities like San Francisco and New York City.
Our aim at Sebby’s is to not only provide a great place to eat and meet up with friends, but to become actively involved in the community and integrate into the area. We regularly provide raffle prizes for local charity events, such as St Gemma’s Hospice in Moortown and provide a free community noticeboard for local events and independent businesses to advertise.
St Gemma’s Hospice Vintage Fair
posted on August 13th 2013
A great way to spend a few hours, rummaging through the vintage scarves and handbag boxes seeing if you can find a bargain! For those of you who don’t know, St Gemma’s is a fantastic hospice in Moortown, Leeds, who provide “specialist medical and nursing care for people with life threatening illnesses, predominately cancer, along with support for their families.” We happily donated vintage-themed cupcakes for this ever popular event, with proceeds going to ensure St Gemma’s can continue to do great work.
To see a full list of their fun and often imaginative fundraising events, please visit www.st-gemma.co.uk
Ironcupcake Leeds: Challenge 30 (Crunch)
posted on August 8th 2013
If you haven’t been to one of these yet and love to bake, then you NEED to get involved! It’s basically a cupcake competition held on the last Sunday of the month at The Adelphi in Leeds city centre. We donated a voucher for Afternoon Tea for Two as the prize for this event and the lovely Becky won with her “Lemon & Ginger Meringue Delights!”
Visit http://www.ironcupcakeleeds.co.uk to find out more.
Hope Pastures Fundraiser
posted on August 5th 2013
We donated a delicious Lemon Drizzle cake for this worthy fundraiser at Weetwood Hall in West Park, Leeds. Hope Pastures is a wonderful charity created for horses, ponies and donkeys, who are rescued from abuse. The charity strives to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Re-Home these animals and also “provides a safe environment where young people can learn directly about caring for horses in a natural setting.” This interaction helps to educate young people about animal welfare and social responsibility.
Please visit the website to learn more about this fantastic charity in North Leeds at www.hopepastures.org
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