Drostdy’s cold puddings to defeat the heat

2018-02-01 06:00

The summer heat is on and therefore Drostdy Protective Workshop will be preparing cold puddings to freshen up your day on Thursday, February 8th.

Drostdy annually bakes Christmas cookies, which the public last year supported very well.

Yvonne Barkhuizen, manager at Drostdy, wishes to thank all who supported the fund-raising project. Each year a few tons of cookies are baked and several new clients last year placed orders. The cold puddings, which will be sold at R10 per small bowl, are Drostdy’s first project of the year.

Drostdy Protective Workshop is a non-profit organisation taking care of adults with mental disabilities. The workshop is dependent on fund-raising efforts and the public’s support.

  • The workshop is situated at 17/19 Church Street, Uitenhage. Enquiries or to order cold pudding call Drostdy Protective Workshop on 419 924 080.

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