A Life for a Cure was founded by his family as a legacy to Ryan Bresnahan, who passed away aged 16 from meningitis. It raises awareness and funds vital research in search of the ultimate vaccine and has close ties with Meningitis Now.
In May this year the company held a charity cupcake class to raise money for A Life for a Cure. The class was a brilliant success and a second one is now planned for Wednesday 2 December at the company’s Lansdown Road premises in Bath. It runs from 6.30pm to 8pm and costs £20, with all proceeds going to A Life for a Cure.
Michelle Bresnahan, founder of A Life for a Cure and mother of Ryan Bresnahan, went along to the earlier event.
“Thank you so much for such a wonderful evening and for your support and commitment to A Life for a Cure. I have had great feedback and for me it was particularly special.”
Those going along to the fun class will be taught how to decorate four cupcakes in a range of sugarcraft techniques, from piping a buttercream swirl to working with sugarpaste to make pretty decorations.
This class is open to everyone from 12 years of age and above. It’s the perfect class for beginners looking for an introduction to cupcake decorating and all for a brilliant cause.
As well as holding a Charity Cupcake Class, Bath Cake Company’s owner, Celia Adams and Marketing and Events Manager, Zulekha Afzal recently took part in a 5k Colour Run raising money for A Life for a Cure.
To find out more and book your place contact the Bath Cake Company here
For more information on A Life for a Cure see www.ryanbresnahan.org