Good Samaritan has been told she can no longer make cakes for the terminally ill after a hospice said her baking breached food safety rules.
Maggie Molyneux, 64, was stunned when she was banned from donating her home-made pastries for the patients and their loved ones after 23 years without any complaints.
The diktat has been imposed by Isabel Hospice in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.
It has being launched despite the fact that the hospice has not received one complaint about cakes made by volunteers for more than two decades.
Mrs Molyneux’s husband John said he was furious when they got a letter ordering her to stop baking.
The shocked couple were told that the cakes would be baked in a ‘controlled environment’ by kitchen staff from now on.
Mr Molyneux, 66, said: ‘They are doing away with a 23-year tradition of cakes being made by the local community for the hospice.
‘When I called them about the letter, they told me they had never had a single complaint about these cakes.
‘It’s 23 years’ of unblemished cake-making being brought to an end.’
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