The team from Dorchester showed off their baking skills as they took part in CLIC Sargent's Power of Cake campaign - whipping up tasty treats to sell to workmates with aim of raising £170 in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
£170 is the grant that CLIC Sargent gives to families after a child is diagnosed with cancer, to stop unexpected costs like parking and petrol becoming a problem.
A worthwhile cause
Inspector Les Fry said: “We have a very enthusiastic team - when I asked if they would help me with a cake bake and sale for CLIC Sargent, all those who could were very keen to support what is a very worthwhile cause.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is a fantastic opportunity to support children with cancer, and their families.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Joy Morley said: “I was so pleased to hear that Inspector Les Fry wanted to take part in the £170 challenge for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It feels fantastic to have the support of the local police force.
“Money may seem unimportant when a child is diagnosed with cancer, but families caring for a child with cancer often find that their costs go up and their income goes down. Every £170 raised this September could help one more family move forward together.”