Bosses are bread-winners for Marie Curie charity.Two bakery bosses went back to the factory floor to raise some cash for Marie Curie Cancer Care Marie Curie Cancer Care is a charitable organization (a Registered Charity) in the United Kingdom which provides nursing care, free of charge, to terminally ill people, giving them the chance to choose to be cared for – and die – at home. .
Mark and Jonathan Brace Jonathan Brace (November 12, 1754 - August 26, 1837) was a United States Representative from Connecticut. He was born in Harwinton, Connecticut. He was graduated from Yale College in 1779. , great-grandsons of the founder of Brace's Bakery, took part in a Back to the Shop Floor scheme and helped on the production line, swept the yard and even washed bread baskets and delivery vans.
"As you can imagine, we had staff lining up to sponsor us to do their job," said Mark Brace, managing director.
"Both Jonathan and I have been involved with the company since an early age and we were happy to go back and carry out various tasks, some of which we did many years ago.
"Although it was an important fund-raising event, it never hurts to roll up your sleeves and get a better understanding of the different roles, pardon the pun, within the bakery."
Established in 1902 by George Brace, Brace's is now run by the fourth generation of the family, Mark and Jonathan, and overseen by their father Colin.
Marie Curie Curie (kürē`), family of French scientists.
Pierre Curie, 1859–1906, scientist, and his wife,
Marie Sklodowska Curie, 1867–1934, chemist and physicist, b. is encouraging bosses to get Back to the Shop Floor to help the charity raise pounds 250,000 to provide high- quality nursing to terminally-ill people.
To to register call 08700 340 040 or visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/backtotheshopfloor