09:00AM, Wednesday 01 October 2014
A tennis fan from Windsor has made a cake inspired by the sport for a baking fundraiser.
Dylan Martin-Harley took part in the Make-A-Wish charity's initiative Bake-A-Wish.
The eight-year-old was diagnosed with a brain tumour aged seven, and earlier this year the charity arranged for the youngster to play tennis with his hero, Wimbledon winner Andy Murray.
Dylan decided to give something back and, with the help of his mum Jane and Warings Bakery in Reading, swapped the court for the kitchen to bake a cake of his own.
Jane said: "We had so much fun making the tennis cake with the bakery and encourage others to get involved with Bake-A-Wish. Whether you create your own edible wish to raise funds, or hold a general bake sale in the community, the money raised will help grant more magical wishes to children like Dylan."
Bake-A-Wish runs until Sunday. Click here for details.
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