Clip Cheesecake goes to Westminster!
Published: Monday 28th March 11
Reception held at The House of Commons for Brainwave Charity.
Many Directa customers have received the Clip Cheesecake
charity books. One or two even owned up that they read them first, before
passing them on to their children.
In order to publicise the need for funds one
of the benefitting charities, 'Brainwave', held a reception on the 23rd of March at The Speakers
House in the House of Commons, Westminster.
The charity which assists over five
hundred brain damaged children in the UK to achieve their potential has to rely
totally on private funding.
The Speaker, John Bercow, who has himself an autistic child, felt the charity should receive assistance from central funding. Ferdie Yeatsey, the mysterious author of children's books has dedicated all of the proceeds of the latest Clip Cheesecake adventures to the charity. The right honourable speaker seemed to be enjoying his first look, although strictly speaking the new book is intended for six to ten year old readers.
Also at Beanies services was TV presenter and Tennis professional Andrew Castle who is a patron of the charity Brainwave.
If you would like to order a copy and help the charity Click Here.