Does your son or daughter love watching baking programmes?
Is your grandchild glued to TV’s Great British Bake Off every year?
Then the Ingleton Food Hall wants to hear from you.
Country Harvest in Ingleton is holding its first ever Junior Bake Off, where young contestants have their cakes and biscuits judged by a panel. The baking competition which is open to under 11s is the culmination of the business’s first ever four-day Food Fair.
The event is being held on Sunday, June 9th where all competitors will be asked to bring their cakes in for 12pm, before the judging commences at 2pm. There will be goodie bags, prizes and rosettes and a Best In Show trophy.
To enter all you have to do is:
- Decorate two biscuits
- Make or/and decorate two cupcakes
- Make or/and decorate a Victoria sponge.
If your child would like to enter please email firstname.lastname@example.org before May 15th.
“We held a Bake Off last year to celebrate our 25th anniversary here at Country Harvest and the 25 cakes we judged were simply AMAZING! We couldn’t believe the skill and imagination of the bakers and we had so many families come in to view the cakes, so this year we thought we’d organise an event for juniors,” said Mike Clark, owner of Country Harvest.
The event will end Country Harvest’s first ever Food Fair, sponsored by Leisure Resorts, which is being held in a marquee in the grounds. The event starts on Thursday, June 6 with a fun masterclass with former Great British Bake Off contestants Howard Middleton and Sandy Docherty; then during the daytime there will be lots of food tastings, a barbecue, masterclasses, a pie tasting and a sausage making demonstration. On the Saturday evening there will be a performance by the award winning Leyland Brass Band.
Country Harvest is a combined Food Hall/Coffee Shop/Gift Hall and new Outdoor Living Cabin on the A65, near Ingleton.