Bakery boost

PUBLISHED: 12:23 08 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:12 28 May 2010

Bill Watkinson, Douglas Heading, with Tina Prior

Bill Watkinson, Douglas Heading, with Tina Prior

Bill Watkinson, chairperson of Chatteris Arthritis Club and Douglas Heading, committee member, are pictured with Ms Tina Prior, proprietor of The Old Bakery. The Old Bakery, Tea Rooms and Restaurant was established in June 2005, and continues to be a popu

Bill Watkinson, chairperson of Chatteris Arthritis Club and Douglas Heading, committee member, are pictured with Ms Tina Prior, proprietor of The Old Bakery.

The Old Bakery, Tea Rooms and Restaurant was established in June 2005, and continues to be a popular business which can accommodate up to 20 customers to enjoy their home cooked cakes, biscuits and savouries. In addition to their business commitments, during the summer months staff organise games, raffles and competitions with prizes and donations. Each year the proceeds from these activities are presented to a different charity.

This year the money was presented to the Chatteris Arthritis Club and a cheque for £140 was presented.

Picture: Submitted has graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University with a BA honours degree in licence and retail management and a HND with distinction in events management.

She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs G Lindhorst, of Conway Close, March. Emma was educated at Burrowmoor Primary School and Neale-Wade Community College.

Now living in Leeds, she is employed by the Harvey Nicholls Company.


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