picture by JillJennings.com taken at The Corn Exchange Leeds April 2012
Lynn Hill age 60+. Looked for something to do in retirement and found it, big time!
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CCC does not support any particular charity and we receive a number of emails on a regular basis asking CCC to support their cause. Whilst we are grateful that you’ve taken an interest in CCC we have to politely decline your request or the website would be filled with support for dozens of charities. Can we also kindly ask that you do not contact the other organisers/clubs with the same request.
For press information, TV and PR enquiries please contact Lynn(at)clandestinecakeclub.co.uk
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We are happy to receive baking related goodies to try out, but with no obligation to post a review. Any write ups, reviews and opinions on the product will be Lynn Hill’s own words unless otherwise stated. Please email Lynn(at)clandestineCakeclub.co.uk
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