THE team at Sheffield property management specialist Omnia Property Group are already cooking up some great ways to raise money for the 2019 Master Cutler’s Challenge.
The city’s popular annual fundraiser sees competing businesses taking a £50 investment and turn it as much money as possible by whichever ingenious or just plain crazy way they can think of.
This year the Challenge is supporting Sheffield’s St Luke’s Hospice and Rotherham Hospice – and within less than 24 hours of the official launch at the historic Cutler’s Hall the Omnia team were at their ovens for their own charity Bake Off.
“This is the first time we have taken part in the Master Cutler’s Challenge and we are determined to make it a successful debut,” said Omnia Operations Director Amy Ryan.
“The Bake Off is just the start of what we hope will be a busy schedule of events over the next few months.
“One of our next challenges will be a static bike ride covering the distance from Sheffield to all our other sites across the UK and when you consider that’s everywhere from Swansea and Bournemouth to Newcastle and up to Scotland, that’s going to be a lot of miles – and hopefully a lot of Money for St Luke’s and Rotherham Hospice.”