Lotte cooks up a treat for charity

A11 Week 24'MCBH'DP'Celebrity chef Lotte Duncan bakes special cup cakes to sell for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charities Sunny Sunflower Appeal at her shop Lottes kitchen in Chinnor - pictured l-r are Sarah Wise - Chinnor FNHC shop manager, Sue Tiplady - Lottes shop manager, Lotte Duncan, Vicky Peecock - cook and Karen Shardlow - FNHC
A11 Week 24'MCBH'DP'Celebrity chef Lotte Duncan bakes special cup cakes to sell for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charities Sunny Sunflower Appeal at her shop Lottes kitchen in Chinnor - pictured l-r are Sarah Wise - Chinnor FNHC shop manager, Sue Tiplady - Lottes shop manager, Lotte Duncan, Vicky Peecock - cook and Karen Shardlow - FNHC

CELEBRITY chef Lotte Duncan is using her cooking skills to help a charity after she teamed up with the Florence Nightingale Hospice.

She will be selling an assortment of cakes at her Chinnor shop for the charity, all of which have a sunshine theme.

She has baked sunshine cakes and orange and lemon cakes, which will be sold for £2.50 - £1.50 of which will go straight to the charity.

It is part of the hospice’s Sunny Sunflower Appeal, which runs throughout June.

Lotte said: “I’m thrilled to be taking part in the Sunny Sunflower Appeal.

“Lotte’s Kitchen will be selling a selection of cakes so why not pop in, buy a cake or two and help support a worthwhile cause.”

The charity will also be in the Sainsbury’s on the High Street today, Friday, to collect donations.