One by one I shall be putting faces to names of our CCC organisers. They do a fabulous job in finding Clandestine Venues, booking your places, keeping the Bakers, Cakes and Guests happy, whilst making sure you all get to take cake home. Many of them have full time/part time jobs, or other activities. But their love of baking, accompanied with their natural organisational skills enables them to find time to create a monthly event for you all to enjoy. Without them CCC would not be as popular as it is.If you want to become one of them read Organise a Clandestine Cake Club
A big thank you to them all – Lynn (CCC Founder)
Gwyn Brock is our Manchester organiser and has been organising monthly events since July. Gwyn also runs a very successful underground tea room called Vintage Afternoon Teas from her home where everything she serves is home made.
Lisa Vincent is our organiser in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Since Lisa started organising her events in July 2011, many of the more recent ones have been featured in the local media. Lisa also has a very popular blog called The Wonderful World of @loopygirl
Ellie Michell became our Cornwall Organiser back in August 2011, where her first event in October was very quickly filled with bakers and guests alike. Ellie works for the very successful, award winning PR Company Barefoot Media
Jane Huntley and Sue Easton, both very keen bakers, decided to put their heads together in August 2011 and run the Sth Lancashire CCC. As you can see from the picture, they were very popular guests on BBC Radio Lancashire where I understand their cakes went down a treat. Have a look at Jane’s cakes on her blog More Cake Please and Sue’s baking blog A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate
Zoe Lochlin looking ever so pretty on her wedding day, “Likes spending time baking while at home for her husband who often takes cakes and such with him while he is working away”. Zoe’s first organised event in Chester is on 10th November 2011in the old historic part of town.
Sarah Taylor has her first event in Hereford on 28th November 2011.Her website One Jolly Girl is her own bakery where she offers… “freshly baked and hand decorated cakes, big and small” Sarah goes on to say… ” Not only do I love to bake a yummy cake I love to eat cake too! “