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1st was Mack Jenkins (age 11) prize a £10.00 voucher to spend in SUSSED and 2nd was Sam Johnson (age four) cake no 7 ( £5.00 SUSSED Voucher).(Mack was overall winner)
1st prize over 16’s was Nathan Barrett - teacher at Nottage Primary School) cup cakes no.5 , (£10.00 SUSSED voucher)
The mouth watering event raised around £360.
Thanks go to all those fantastic cooks who donated their cakes to the charity. Sponsorship for the prizes was gratefully received and provided by Fairtrade Wales.
Also we are delighted that bake-off winner Mack has agreed to be one of the bakers for the ‘pop’ up Green Room Cafe (above SUSSED) which will open every third Saturday of the month 10.30am - 4pm. We will be serving homemade cakes, soups, snacks and savouries.
Sustainable Wales is holding a fairtrade bake off at the Green Room (above SUSSED) in Porthcawl. We're inviting bakers, schools and local groups to dust the fairtrade flour off their aprons and get to work baking for this flavoursome event.
So whether you're an enthusiastic baker or an even more enthusiastic cake connoisseur, make a date in your diary for the bake off... Saturday 12 November 10am-4pm
Find out all the details on the bake off page!
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