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  • Bury town centre

Travel! A blend of history and geography.
Historians say the Egyptians were among the first to develop an interest in baking, sweetening their creations with honey. It is thought that the pink and yellow Battenberg cake was created in honour of the marriage of Queen Victoria’s granddaughter, Princess Victoria of Hesse to Prince Louis of Battenberg in 1884. The Victoria sponge is named after Queen Victoria who enjoyed the simple cake at the afternoon teas she helped make fashionable.
Make a cake linked to travel in the present or past!

Additional info

Refreshments can be bought at the venue.
Town centre parking.

Who's Going?

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    French yoghurt cake
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    Susan Angela Hanley
    don't know yet
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    Liz McCreery
    Lemon limoncello cake
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    Diane M
    I'm not sure yet ?
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    Helen Beresford
    'Retro' Sticky upside-down banana cake
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    Not sure yet
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    Sue Beresford
    Novelty/ coffee cake
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    Danish Dream Cake
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    Sandra Handley
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    Finnish Sponge Cake
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    Adele Redman
    Tiramisu Cake

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.
  • Anyone 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.
  • A cake loving guest does not have to bring a cake. They get to eat cake and can take cake home too.
  • Full location details will be sent via Private Message to those who have Booked a Place
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