Aylesbury students and families get together to support disability charity

Electric Umbrella performing at Pebble Brook School
Electric Umbrella performing at Pebble Brook School

Students at Pebble Brook School put on their aprons and showcased their culinary skills on Friday March 22.

The Bake Off saw 36 pupils and adults take part in a community involvement event where everyone worked together making Viennese whirls.

Pebble Brook School's bake off

Pebble Brook School's bake off

The tasty treats were later judged by the bakers at Wenzels in Aylesbury.

The bakers also sent the school a selection cakes for pupils and adults to enjoy.

Later that day, Electric Umbrella, a charity that challenges the perception of disability through music and other performing arts put on a musical show at the school for everyone to watch and enjoy.

The group are comprised of all adults however, multiple students from the school took part in the performance.

The Viennese whirls made by Pebble Brook School pupils

The Viennese whirls made by Pebble Brook School pupils

David Miller, headteacher at Pebble Brook School said: “It was a fantastic performance, thoroughly enjoyed by everyone, especially by the children.

"The charity supports the same beliefs we do, giving opportunities to young people as they become adults.”

The Electric Umbrella Charity is based in Hertfordshire and is looking to widen their coverage area to include Bucks so if you are interested in joining their cause you can visit https://www.electricumbrella.co.uk

Adam Aldous - head baker at Wenzels judging the entries as part of Pebble Brook School's bake off competition

Adam Aldous - head baker at Wenzels judging the entries as part of Pebble Brook School's bake off competition