Sports stars take to the kitchen to raise cash for Sport Relief

Seven of Britain's favourite sport stars have joined '¨together to swap their '¨boxing gloves for oven gloves and tennis rackets for sieves for Sport Relief.

Sports personalities show off their aprons
Sports personalities show off their aprons

For those wanting to ‘sport’ a new look in the kitchen, 
designer Orla Kiely has 
created a limited edition apron for Sport Relief.

The apron is presented each night to the winner of ‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’ and is available to buy 
exclusively from Sport Relief official partners: HomeSense, TK Maxx stores, and

The apron retails at £12.99 with at least £5.25 going to Sport Relief.

Those championing the campaign are two-time World champion boxer, Amir Khan; tennis coach and current captain of the British Fed Cup team, Judy Murray; former England rugby union player, Ben Cohen MBE; TV presenter Suzi Perry; former Olympic skier and TV presenter, 
Graham Bell; Channel 4 
Racing presenter, Emma Spencer; and Olympic Badminton silver medallist and ITV Eternal Glory winner, Gail Emms MBE.

Judy Murray said: “Please shop till you drop and 
purchase this fabulous Sport Relief apron. The aprons will raise cash that will help 
people living incredibly tough lives, here at home in the UK and across the world’s 
poorest communities. 
Together let’s make this the best Sport Relief yet.”

There’s no doubt that 
baking has captured the 
imagination of the nation. 
And the apron is the perfect way to ‘rise to the occasion’, supporting a great cause whilst baking yourself proud in the kitchen.

And TV presenter, Suzi Perry added: “I’m proudly wearing my fabulous Orla
Kiely Great British Sport 
Relief Bake Off apron.

By purchasing this apron you can help to transform people’s lives both across the UK and in the world’s poorest communities – so join in and bake yourself proud for Sport Relief.”

Don’t miss out on your very own limited edition Orla 
Kiely apron from HomeSense, TK Maxx stores,, and help raise money for Sport Relief 2016.