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River 94.9 and The Old Fernvale Bakery have teamed up for another instalment of ‘Battle of the Buns’ all to support sick kids and their families in hospital.

Until Easter Monday, $1 from every packet of hot cross buns sold will go towards the Children’s Hospital Foundation, helping to make kids laugh and smile, get better and go home sooner.

With more than 25 flavours to choose from, including pina colada, jaffa, peppermint and choc-chip, there is sure to be a hot cross bun to suit every member of the family!

And on top of that, The Old Fernvale Bakery are serving up a number of speciality auctions along the way. Auctions for one of a kind, gourmet first release, hot cross bun flavours and designs which will be first tasted by the winning bidder... Be sure to keep an eye on The Old Fernvale Bakery’s Facebook page to place your bid to win.

Purchase your hot cross buns today to help the Children’s Hospital Foundation make an even bigger difference to the lives of sick children.

If you’re too far away to make a purchase and would like to help us raise much needed funds, you can click here to donate online.

And, it doesn’t stop there, on Tuesday 27 February, Marnie and Campo for Breakfast will be taking their show on the road and going live from the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital from 5am – 9am where we will be joined by The Old Fernvale Bakery and stacks of their hot cross buns ready for you to purchase.

Visit The Old Fernvale Bakery today on the Brisbane Valley Pie-Way, Fernvale –!

The Old Fernvale Bakery is located at 1492-1496 Brisbane Valley Highway, Fernvale.

Follow The Old Fernvale Bakery on Facebook.


Children’s Hospital Foundation

The Children’s Hospital Foundation is the official charity of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, the Centre for Children’s Health Research, and for all sick kids throughout Queensland.

The Foundation works wonders for sick kids wherever they live by supporting world-class clinical care, purchasing specialised medical equipment and supporting a range of state-wide programs.

When kids are sick or injured, it turns their whole world upside down. The Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 600-strong team of volunteers work tirelessly to bring smiles and laughter to sick kids in hospital and provide a welcome support to their families.

Over the past 12 months, these volunteers have provided more than 90,000 positive interactions with patients and their families through way-finding, the Scholastic Book Bunker, the Cuddle Carers program as well as supporting families in operating theatres, burns clinics and outpatient departments.

With your help, the Children’s Hospital Foundation can continue to fund research to achieve faster diagnoses, better treatments and ultimately cures for some of the most devastating childhood illnesses and injuries. Every donation, no matter how big or small, really does make a difference to sick kids.

Read more about the work of the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and how you can make a difference, here. 

Follow Children's Hospital Foundation on Facebook.


Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital

The Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane is Queensland’s children’s hospital – the major specialist paediatric hospital for Queensland and northern New South Wales families.

As the largest and most advanced paediatric facility in Australia, the hospital is responsible for providing care for the state’s sickest and most seriously injured children and general paediatric health services to children and young people in the greater Brisbane area.

Every year the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital provides care to around 40,000 Queensland kids admitted to hospital – more than 2,000 of which are local Ipswich families. Through outreach clinics and telehealth, the hospital is improving access to quality care for all children and young people, regardless of where they live.

For more information on the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, visit the Children’s Health Queensland website.


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