Time: 3pm - 5pm
Theme: Newcastle Gateshead EAT Festival 18th Century Cakes ***EVENT NOW FULL***
On Sunday 8th July, Newcastle and Durham Dales branch of Clandestine Cake Club join together to host a one-off event as part of EAT festival 2012. http://www.eatnewcastlegateshead.com/
The event is open to anyone who wants to know what Clandestine Cake Club is about, but without having to bake a cake.
Just buy a ticket, come along and enjoy all the cakey loveliness of a Clandestine Cake Club (& we're putting on some extra treats/demonstrations just for EAT Festival.
Attendees can expect to enjoy a social gathering, sample some of the best home baking in the region, watch demonstrations by professionals, try new cake flavour combinations and will be encouraged to continue at home by taking home recipes.
Who can come? Absoultely anyone who LOVES cake!
Enjoy an afternoon of cakey treats and chat with like-minded cakey people.
DO I have to bake a cake? NO.
Cakes will be provided by the talented bakers of Clandestine Cake Club's in Newcastle & Durham-Dales.
How to I get a ticket? This is a ticket-only event - £10 per person.
Purchase your ticket here http://ccc-eat.eventbrite.co.uk/%22
Any profits will be shared amongst 2 chosen charities:
Sick Childrens Trust
Christians Against Poverty
Venue: Central Newcastle
Additional venue info: Clandestine Cake Club Newcastle & Durham-Dales have been given access to an 18th Century room in one of Newcastle's oldest buildings.
The building is not usually accessible to the general public which is perfect for an afternoon of clandestine cakey treats!
Please note that this venue is on the 1st floor (accessible by stairs only).
Toilets are on the ground floor.
As with all Clandestine Cake Club events – the venue remains top secret until a few days before (venue details revealled to bakers and non-bakers w/c 25th June 2012).
Book a placeTo book a place, please contact Charlie Charlie firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Details of the event you are booking for
- Are you bringing a guest, if so what is their name
- What cake are you bringing, you can decide later.
Additional event info:To purchase your ticket
Add this link to your browser bar http://ccc-eat.eventbrite.co.uk/
As this is an EAT Festival event tickets will sell out quickly so please be super fast and we look forward to seeing you there!
Points to remember
- Each cake must be large enough to slice into around 8 – 12 good slices.
- Sorry, but NO cupcakes, Muffins, Brownies, Cookies, Pies or Tarts.
- Home-bakers, professional bakers and men can join in. It's not a competition, no judging, just a lot of fun. And you get to take cake home.
- A baker can bring a guest but you must indicate this at the time of booking
- Take a look at our Home Page to see what fun we have.
- Read what Clandestine Cake Club is all about and have a mosey on over at the disclaimer page before you book.
- Register as a CCC member and join this group.
AttendeesCakes will be baked by bakers from Clandestine Cake Club Newcastle and Durham-Dales, providing a selection of cakes taking our inspiration from the 18th century which fits in with the venue fantastically.
The following cake bakers from Newcastle & Durham Clandestine Cake Club are baking the following delicious cakes for the event:
Lisa Vincent : Guiness and Chocolate Cake
Charlie Scott-King: Orange
Nora Scott: Cauliflower Cake
Julie Gibson: TBC
Lauren Prince: Marguerite Pattern's Wiltshire Lardy Cake
Michelle lincoln-mason: Prune Cake
Val Gibson: 6 Tier St Clement's Cake
Melanie Wood: 18th Century Pepper Cake (with Wedgewood Icing)
Claire Newton: Leave Your Corsets at home Cake (CHOCOLATE!)
Jenni Hall: Marmalade Cake
Catherine Monaghan: Let Them Eat Cake
Catherine Lee: TBC
Julia Jackson: Pear and Walnut Cake
Katie Deacon: TBC
Helen Charlton: TBC
Zelda Baveystock: China Trade Cake
(Green tea cake,ginger and poppyseed cream and a willow pattern decoration!)
Kate Emmett: Blackadder III Mrs Miggin's Coffee Cake
Gayle Edwards: Banana Pineapple and Nut
Epicurus Events: Victoria Sandwich Cake
Hayley Pie Club: Hannah Glasse's Saffron and Seed Cake
(this information may change as bakers experiment/practice & perfect their cakey delights !)