Architects show off their baking talents to help raise funds for DMA’s Macmillan Cancer Support Centre

Staff at David Morley Architects have donned their aprons and baked cakes in the shape of their buildings in order to help raise funds for the Macmillan Cancer Support Centre.


The bake-off was held on the 26th of September to coincide with Macmillan’s coffee mornings, its biggest fundraising event.


The new £5.96 million centre, is expected to open in 2015. It will uniquely offer all round support for people living with cancer and their loved ones, in a calm, friendly and non-medical environment.  It is being built opposite the Sussex Cancer Centre – where patients have their treatment – at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.


The Sussex Macmillan Cancer Support Centre will provide: Specialist cancer information and advice; Welfare benefits advice; Counselling services; Complementary therapies and physical activity support; Hair and skincare advice; Practical support and dietary advice and a space for self help and support groups.


To find out more or to help fundraise. Please call 0300 1000 200 or email [email protected].