Now in its fifth year, The Great Irish Bake, kindly supported by EBS, aims to get the nation baking to raise funds for Temple Street Children's University Hospital. This year we hope to raise €75,000 which will help contribute to our main project for 2013 which is to renovate one of our oldest and busiest wards, St. Joseph's Top Flat. This ward, fondly known as 'Top Flat', is home to some of Ireland's sickest children, a high percentage of which are children with Cystic Fibrosis.
This year we are asking everybody to join The Great Irish Bake on Friday 19th April (or an alternative date that suits you) and bake some tasty treats to support the children of Temple Street Hospital. Whether you are having a cake sale in school, a coffee morning at home or bringing some baked treats into work, why not register with us and raise funds for our wonderful hospital.
Once again we are delighted to announce that Kitchen Hero, Donal Skehan has taken time out of his busy schedule to support Temple Street Children's University Hospital and the Great Irish Bake. Donal has very kindly created some exclusive recipes for the Great Irish Bake, which you can find on Donal's Kitchen page. You can also find some great hints and tips at
To get involved with The Great Irish Bake all you have to do is register with us through our online application form, call Laila on 01 878 4344, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on facebook www.facebook.com/TheGreatIrishBake
The Baking Academy of Ireland has once again very generously donated a prize for a group of lucky bakers! The Baking Academy of Ireland is an exciting new venture providing hands-on courses in bread and cake baking, chocolate making and sugar craft cake decoration. To be in with a chance to win simply register today! The Academy's uniquely experienced and enthusiastic bakers, confectioners and chocolatiers will guide and inspire both beginners and seasoned enthusiasts alike!