WITH kind gestures demonstrating the community spirit across the country the latest show of support for NHS staff is real sweet stuff.

Popular Cardigan café and bakery Crwst had made up a huge order for hospital staff at Glangwili and Withybush, all thanks to Crymych Football Club.

Glwb Pel-droed Crymch ordered 120 brioche doughnuts and 150 brownies for the hospital staff with Crwst adding to the treat pile with an extra donations.

Crymych FC secretary Steffan James said: "We decided that this season is as good as over and so the money we have raised through match fees will give something back to the NHS.
"Everything is doom and gloom at the moment and hopefully this will bring a smile to a few faces and cheer them up at the hospitals.
"We asked all the lads to chip in and they were more than happy to and raised £360, with some of the money also spent at Bwyd Y Byd and the garage in Crymych to help support them as well. It's a different matter when I try to get their matchday fees off them on a Saturday!
"And fair play to Crwst. They went in early to bake everything and by 6am they were ready to go as two of the lads have partners who work at Withybush and Glangwili."

On Facebook the bakery team posted: “Diolch i Glwb Pêl-droed Crymych! Thank you to @crymych_fc for this amazing order of treats for our local hospitals! 

"120 brioche doughnuts and 150 brownies are heading to Glangwili + Withybush Hospitals as we speak!We couldn’t help but add some extra as a donation from ourselves too- the least we can do for the remarkable local NHS teams.

"What a privilege it is to bake some special treats for some very special people. We hope our bakes bring a smile to those who need it today! Joiwch!”

Solva’s MamGu Welshcakes is also treating NHS staff with a sponsorship scheme where you can pay for treats to be sent on to them across Wales.