Are your cakes good enough to get the nod of approval from Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood?
Huddersfield’s very own version of the baking duo – Stephen and Tracy Jackson of the T & Cake cafe in Almondbury will decide who is the town’s star baker.
On Saturday, 8 April, Stephen and Tracy will judge the entries in Tolson Museum’s very own ‘Great Bake-Off’.
The competition takes its theme from the museum’s transport gallery with its cars, tractors, coaches and bicycles. Entrants have to create a cake celebrating some form of transport.
There are three classes: adults – a cake for a special occasion; under 12s – any shaped cake; under 8s – a round cake or cakes. There is a charge of £3 per entry.
Cakes can be brought to the museum in Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Huddersfield, from 2 pm, and all entries must be in place by 3.30pm for judging at 4 pm.
This event is being organised by the Friends of Tolson and Ravensknowle.
For further information, contact the museum on 01484 223240 or Ann Denham, chair of the Friends, tel: 01484 425708, email: firstname.lastname@example.org