Cirencester Cupcakes cordially invites you to
design a cake masterpiece to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee
2012 is a very special year for HRH The Queen and to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee we are holding a very special competition to design your very own
Diamond Jubilee cake.
Louise and the Cirencester Cupcakes team will transform the winning designs into spectacular cakes, which will take centre stage in the Cirencester Cupcakes Diamond Jubilee window display, and create a miniature version for the winners. Everyone who enters the competition will be invited to a special tea party in May where the cake masterpieces will be revealed, and you’ll get to decorate your own special Diamond Jubilee cupcake.
The competition is open to three age groups
- Under 10 years
- 10-16 years
- Over 16 years
Entry forms and further details are available from Cirencester Cupcakes, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or are available to download.
Entry is £5.00 per design and includes tea party invitation and Diamond Jubilee cupcake. Entries must be received by 21st April 2012.
All monies will be donated to our chosen charity The Wiggly Worm, registered charity 1124647. The Wiggly Worm is a Gloucestershire based charity which was set up to improve health, well-being and self-esteem, particularly for those that are vulnerable or seldom heard. The charity uses food, nutrition and cooking as a tool to help motivate, inspire and build confidence. They run a variety of different projects, all of which are tailor-made to meet the specific needs of particular sections of the community.
The charity is led by Rob Rees MBE, The Cotswold Chef ,one of the countries leading chefs, and his team. Rob’s passion for food is infectious, and he has an uncanny ability to put learners at ease. All of the charity’s projects have had extremely positive results. Cirencester Cupcakes is proud to support the charity, and is excited about the future of The Wiggly Worm, and hopes to be able to help enrich the lives of many more participants.