Adoption charity helps children to stir up pudding at Darts Farm

PUBLISHED: 12:30 28 December 2016

Patrons of the charity Michael Caines MBE, Judi Spiers & David Lawrence Jones with FFC CEO Caroline Davis, Darts Farm Michael Dart & pudding making children.

Patrons of the charity Michael Caines MBE, Judi Spiers & David Lawrence Jones with FFC CEO Caroline Davis, Darts Farm Michael Dart & pudding making children.

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The festive season kicked off for charity Families for Children (FFC) when youngsters were invited to stir up some Christmas puddings with charity patrons Michael Caines, Judi Spiers and David Lawrence-Jones.

Stir up Sunday is traditionally the day for everyone in the family to take a turn at stirring the Christmas pudding, while making a wish.

Michael, who was adopted into an Exeter family, has been running the charity event for more than eight years; he credits Families for Children adoption agency with making him the person he is today.

He said: “I was joined by the adopted children and their families to make my mother’s Christmas pudding recipe, which made me very proud to be the patron of the charity.”

The charity thanked Darts Farm and its patrons for supporting the event.

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