Soggy bottom baby grow (2)Papworth Trust will encourage bakers to get cheeky for charity at the BBC Good Food Cakes and Bakes Show this weekend. The charity has launched a new range of baking themed clothes and accessories to raise funds to support its work with disabled people.

The fun pun range, called ‘can clothing’, picks up on the current nationwide interest in all things baking and includes aprons, bake-off t shirts, baby grows, bibs, oven gloves, and cupcake tote bags. Cheeky slogans include, “I’m ganaching my buns”, “Bakers rise to the challenge” and “It’s got a good wobble”.

So far the baby range has attracted the most attention with slogans like, “Don’t mention my soggy bottom” and “Mummy’s little show stopper”.

The charity will sell the accessories from stand BC124 at the show, which runs from 25 to 27 October at the Business Design Centre in Islington. All proceeds from sales at the show will be used to provide essential care and support to older and disabled people and their families.

The launch of the clothing range coincides with Papworth Trust’s upcoming care for cake fundraising appeal. Between 10-16 November, the charity is asking people to hold or take part in a cake themed fundraiser to raise money to support disabled people.

Can clothing is also available to buy online at:

The Trust is looking for additional distributors for the range. To find out more, please call the fundraising team on 01480 357206.

To find out more about care for cake, please go to: