STAFF at a Keighley law firm have found the recipe for fundraising success.

AWB Charlesworth staged its sixth annual bake-off.

More than 20 cakes were produced by colleagues across the company's offices, and were then sold.

The event raised £200 for mental health charity, Mind.

Judging was carried out by Mind's Allia Hussain.

The winning creation, by associate director Katie Ingham, was a courgette and lime cake.

Felicity Green, Charlesworth's practice director, said: "The annual bake-off always leaves us astonished at the culinary talents of our colleagues.

"And we are especially grateful to the staff, clients and contacts who purchased cake at £1 a slice.

"The firm promotes mental wellbeing in the workplace and we are very pleased to have raised £200 to support the work of Mind locally."

Helen Davey, chief executive of Mind in Bradford, said the charity was grateful for the support.

"We offer help and support to people in the Bradford and Craven districts who are struggling with their mental health," she added.

"All money raised helps to fund our services, which include wellbeing groups offering everything from yoga, arts and crafts and mindfulness to anxiety support and recovery action planning."

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