Hull Mayor calls a bake off

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Published: Thursday 26th February 2015 by The News Editor

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Cake enthusiasts in Hull are invited to take part in a special charity bake off, by the city’s Lord Mayor.

Mary Glew’s challenge commemorates 100 years since the city’s inaugural Lord Mayor came to office.

The councillor has opened her competition to people of all ages and wants the cakes to be themed around the centenary.

Phil Dixon, Hull College’s esteemed chef and lecturer is judging the bakes on March 25 at the Guildhall. Every bake will be raffled with proceeds going to Cllr Glew’s charity appeal.

Even if people don’t fancy entering, they can still donate a bun, scone or cake to be sold for charity, or just buy one themselves.

Participants can enter by sending their e-mail address, phone number, name, and school or organisation, if applicable, to civic.office@hullcc.gov.uk.

Alternatively, they can ring 01482 615093.

Cllr Grew has written to every primary school in the city inviting them to the event.

Cakes have to be no bigger than 30cm (12 inches) and be one-layered.

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Published: Thursday 26th February 2015 by The News Editor

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