Phil Tufnell Drops Into His Local Bakery For A Doughnut Treat @Childrens_Trust @TheChaletBakery #Tadworth
25th April 2016
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Phil Tufnell dropped into the Chalet Bakery, Tadworth, earlier this month to sample some delicious silver-themed doughnut treats, in the lead-up to National Doughnut Week, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary next month. 

National Doughnut Week, which raises money for The Children’s Trust, will be taking place from 7th-14th May 2016.   


Phil Tufnell, who is an ambassador of The Children’s Trust, said: “Everyone deserves a treat now and then and it’s a fun way to treat family, friends and work colleagues to a mouth-watering doughnut and, at the same time, raise money for a very special charity.” 

Hannah Gambin, manager of The Chalet Bakery, added:

“We are delighted to be supporting this annual fundraising week. Special silver-themed doughnuts, as well as other flavoured doughnuts, will be available to buy, with a percentage from sales being donated to The Children’s Trust.   We hope that our kind-hearted customers will also get behind this event and perhaps treat themselves!” 

You can get involved and help raise funds in a number of different ways for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.

  • Visit your local participating baker or café to buy some delicious doughnuts
  • Hold a special ‘Doughnut Day’ at work or at home with friends and family - buy doughnuts from your local baker for your special doughnut fundraising event and send the money raised to The Children’s Trust at:
  • Visit National Doughnut Week’s social media channels and join in the fun by posting your doughnut creations, and tell us how you will be celebrating National Doughnut Day #nationaldoughnutweek @doughnutweek


Every doughnut sold during the week raises money for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.  The charity’s national specialist centre in Surrey provides rehabilitation for children with acquired brain injury following a serious accident or illness, providing a range of therapies to help them make the best possible recovery possible. The centre is also home to the charity’s residential school and nursing services for children with complex medical needs. The Children’s Trust provides community services and online support for thousands of families across the UK.     

For more information on the week visit


Photo caption:   Phil Tufnell with Chalet Bakery manager, Hannah Gambin

Photo by Andy Newbold



      For further information please contact The Children’s Trust Press Office:

Ruth Allsopp (01737 814159) or Stacey Daniells (01737 365865)



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