Clarence House staff host their own Great British Bake Off at Macmillan Coffee Morning

PUBLISHED: 13:30 23 September 2016 | UPDATED: 16:45 23 September 2016

Children and staff at Clarence House Chatteris holding a coffee morning for Macmillan.

Children and staff at Clarence House Chatteris holding a coffee morning for Macmillan.

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Coffee and cake was on offer at Clarence House in Chatteris as the day nursery held their first Macmillan Coffee Morning.

The nursery did their bit to support the national cause today (September 23) by holding a cake baking competition which was judged by manager, Lee-Ann Watson.

Lee-Ann taste-tested a selection of cakes, before crowning Aimee Tinkler’s gluten-free chocolate orange cake the winner.

She said: “We have had a lovely morning with the children and parents, and everyone has really enjoyed making their cakes ready to sell.

“It has been a great success and we can’t wait to see how much we have raised. A big thank you to all the staff that made a cake and to everyone that has donated money to this great cause!”


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