Posted: Mon 13th May 2019

Town set for 4th annual ‘Bake Off’ event tomorrow evening for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, May 13th, 2019

Wrexham’s finest Bakers are preparing to see who will be crowned ‘Star Baker’ at this year’s Wrexham Bake Off at the Bank Bar tomorrow evening.

The event starts at 7pm with spectators invited to come along, have a drink and taste some of the best cake in town.

It’s a charity event with all monies raised going to the Mayors charities which include Nightingale House Hospice which all previous Bake Off events have supported, and Blood Bikes.

Four categories will be judged:
Category 1 Best Professional Show Stopper
Category 2 Best Non-Professional Show Stopper
Category 3 ‘Matching Up’ where 12 items are judged on being as close to identical as possible.
Category 4 Best Gluten-Free/VeganTreat!

It is expected there will be a high level of competition this year from businesses, individuals and organisations from the area.

Special engraved Welsh Dragon slate prizes have been created for the winners, kindly donated by Simon Morris of the Personal Present People – you can discover more about them via their Facebook page here.

The event is also being supported by Santander, as with previous Bake Off’s in Wrexham.

If you can support the event with a raffle prize please contact event organiser Andy Atkinson, or drop off at the Bank Bar.

The declared contestants are as follows:

King Street Coffee
Bev’s Been Baking
Chris De Burger
Crafty Creations by Liz
Ella Mckevitt
Emz Cakes
Jen Cordt The Baker’s Daughter
Gateway Church
Maybelyne Dela Cruz Jackson
Megan Mills
Olga Kalkwarf Greyling
Cllr Phil Wynn
The Lemon Tree
Sharon Rogers
Cllr Andy Williams, Mayor of Wrexham
Sheila Wilcock
Siaran Price Edwards
Tracy Windram
Wayne Price

All are welcome to the Bank Bar in town at 7pm tomorrow (Tuesday) evening for the event.

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