Wednesday, October 23

O is for Organising.

 
 
I have been busy...organising.
300 cupcakes all sorted.
Tea Extravaganza planned.
 
 

The Great British Bake Off series may have finished
 but fear not intrepid cake makers Loftus Take Off Challenge awaits!
On Saturday November 23rd Loftus is holding it's very own cake competition.as part of the Mrs Nesbitt's Tea Extravaganza, raising funds for Cancer Research.
To enter the competition contestants are asked to bake an 8inch (approximate) Victoria Sandwich cake with a jam and buttercream filling.
Entrance fee is £5 per cake....all proceeds going to Cancer Research.
Judges will be  Mary Berry of Loftus, WI's very own Cynthia White and Paul Hollywood will be represented by Rev. Adam Gaunt who has eaten many an outstanding cake in his time.
Prizes will be awarded and each contestant will receive a certificate to recognise their participation in the Great Loftus Take Off.
The nature of the game is fun so reach for your tins and "Let's Bake"
To enter please phone Mrs Nesbitt.

My late contribution for ABC Wednesday - for more fun follow the link on my sidebar.

6 comments:

  1. What a delightful way to raise money for a worthy cause. I hope it is more than successful!!

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  2. I just knew you would manage to organize the 300 cupcakes. A minor victory for someone as well-organized as you are. I would have failed miserably in that, but would have been tempted to try to enter the cake competition.
    K

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  3. awwwwwwwwwwww, good luck with this. It sound like so much fun !

    Huggles for the gud dugs !
    cheers, parsnip

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  4. Oh what fun, Denise! Wish I could be there to participate. What a wonderful way to raise funds for a very worthy cause.

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  5. Oh my! A Victoria Sandwich cake! I'll bet it's close to 60 years since I had a piece of that! What delicious memories. Hope you raise lots of money! Your are indeed a busy lady.

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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