Bomb disposal robot in for sticky task

Bomb disposal robot cuts cake made to mark annivsary of St Dunstan's charity's name change to Blind Veterans UK. 'Celebrations took place at the charity's base in Broomhill.
Bomb disposal robot cuts cake made to mark annivsary of St Dunstan's charity's name change to Blind Veterans UK. 'Celebrations took place at the charity's base in Broomhill.
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AN ARMY bomb disposal robot was called out to Sheffield - to cut the cake at a charity celebration.

Soldiers from 521 Explosives Ordnance Disposal Squadron, based at Catterick, were invited to Blind Veterans UK, based in Broomhill.

Their robot was used to cut the cake at anniversary celebrations to mark one year since the organisation changed its name from St Dunstan’s.

The cake had been donated by Clifford Cakes, of Woodhouse, run by Anna Simmonite.

Anna said: “This cake is the largest cake I have made to date so it was a nice little challenge for me as well! I happily decided to donate a cake to a local charity.

“It’s such a lovely feeling to make a contribution to an organisation that makes such a difference to people’s lives.”

The bomb disposal experts joined guests and members of the charity to eat the cake at a tea party.