Kerry People Urged To Get Baking For Temple Street Hospital

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Temple Street Ambassador Rosie Connolly was joined by some little Temple Street bakers to celebrate the launch of this year’s Great Irish Bake for Temple Street taking place on 3rd April.

THE Temple Street Foundation is encouraging people in Kerry and all around the country to host their own bake sale to raise some much needed dough for Temple Street in the Great Irish Bake campaign.

These funds will help provide essential equipment that will have a real impact for the little heroes at Temple Street.

It’s a piece of cake to register for the Great Irish Bake — which takes place on Friday, April 3 – and the perfect opportunity to get together at home, work, school or within your community to be part of one of the biggest baking events of the year, and all for a good cause.

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You can join others all over Ireland taking part in the Great Irish Bake, raising vital and life-saving funds for sick children in Temple Street.

Great Irish Bake Ambassador Rosie Connolly says; “I was thrilled to be chosen as the Ambassador for this year’s Great Irish Bake. I had my own experience with Temple Street when my son broke his leg, and I have seen first hand how incredible the staff are. Hosting your own Great Irish bake is a great opportunity to have some fun with friends, family, and colleagues, whilst also doing something special for sick children in Temple Street.”

If you register by the 13th March, you’ll be in with a chance to win an exclusive hamper containing all your baking essentials, kindly sponsored by Gem. Register now online at

You will receive a free party pack to kit out your bake sale in style as well as an exclusive Great Irish Bake Recipe book with scrumptious recipes to choose from.

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