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Cake competition a first for Emmaus Norwich

Emmaus Norwich at Ditchingham are inviting enthusiastic cake bakers, beginners and old hands, to submit entries for their first cake competition on Saturday April 25, 2015.

emmauscakecf450Going head to head with Sister Elizabeth’s flapjacks, volunteer Kathryn’s coffee cake (pictured right in the Emmaus shop), the local WI who have been supplying the charity shop café with cakes since it opened one year ago and of course companion Jose’s unique creations.  

Cakes should be bought to the Second Hand Retail Outlet on Belsey Bridge Road, Ditchingham from 10.00am onwards, with companions judgments cast and the winner announced at 11.45am. The winning baker will receive a beautiful bespoke cake stand made by the community, and free tea, coffee and cake will be available to all entrants and customers from Midday to 3.00pm.  

Cathy Hembry, Community Leader, said “We wanted to do something nice with the local community, new customers and regular returners alike.  Everyone loves cake and everyone wins at Emmaus, whether you need a place to live, are looking for a unique piece of furniture or just fancy a sweet treat it’s all on offer at Ditchingham.  We’re combining our first cake competition with our monthly sale so there will be plenty of bargains to be had with big furniture discounts and a garage sale on the day”

For additional information tel: 01986 895444 or visit

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