Raine and Horne Bathurst is set to hold an event next Wednesday raising much-needed funds for breast cancer research.
The staff will host a stall in Shop 5/205 Howick Street featuring a diverse range of home-made crepes, with all proceeds set to go towards the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
A variety of crepes are set to be included on the menu, including Nutella and banana, strawberry cream, homemade lemon curd and three cheeses.
"Every person in the Bathurst community has been affected by cancer in some way, whether it be through their own experience or that of a loved one," Raine and Horne digital communications co-ordinator Danita Slabber said.
"We'll be selling the crepes at $5 each, and it has been a fun experience teaching the staff how to make them."
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in Australia, with around one in seven women expected to be diagnosed in their lifetime.
Belle Mahony, a childhood friend of property consultant Heidi Muldoon, was diagnosed with breast cancer in July, and said Raine and Horne regularly runs fundraisers for a host of charities.
"Women need to listen to their bodies and if they feel something is not right, book an appointment as soon as possible," Ms Mahony said.
Raine and Horne has received sponsorship for the event from the likes of Meg Bolam-Williams [owner of Shop 5/205 Howick Street], Dejorja Boutique, Bernard's Bakery and Bernardi's.
The stall will run from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday, September 25.