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DOZENS of homemade cakes and muffins were donated to an Ellesmere Port care home to bring smiles to the faces of residents and staff.
Liz Mogg, 72, baked a range of cakes for those living and working at Aaron Court Care Home, on Princes Road.
Now retired, Liz has been baking since she was 11 years old and took up catering as a career, continuing to bake for markets, family and friends under the business name Liz’s Kitchen.
She decided to create tasty treats for Aaron Court after speaking to her neighbour Heather Thomson, the care home’s deputy manager.
Liz said: “I am a neighbour and family friend of Heather’s and wanted to do something nice for the residents and staff at Aaron Court in these uncertain times, knowing how difficult it must be for the residents not being able to see loved ones and how hard the staff are all working. I wanted to bring a smile to all if only for one day.”
Heather said: “It was so nice of Liz to bake all these cakes for everyone at Aaron Court Care Home.
“Despite the closure to non-essential visitors due to the ongoing pandemic, everyone at the home is in high spirits, in parts thanks to the generosity of the wider community and people like Liz.
“The cakes were absolutely delicious and had everyone smiling.”