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Tasty treats on offer at Forestry Centre food fair

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: June 03, 2014

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Emily Starkie with Sergeant, Natalie Hanson-Caulton - Bertz Pet Bakery

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Lynda and Lisa Ali - Falcon food and Spirits

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Jakie Johnson - JJ's Creations

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Lorna Richardson, Demi McDermott, Amy Richardson - Abracadabra Cakes

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Becky Brooks - Abracadabra

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Ivan Millward, Charlotte Pollard 0- Pollards Fruit and Veg

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Holly Arnfield, Mark Day - RSPB

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Stephen Lowe - Smokes BBQ

  • 01/06/14 cake baking competition and food and craft thing Food and Drink Craft Fair at Rosliston Forestry Centre.Anna Muston, Agate Osane, Evija Smith

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THE warm weather and the promise of tasty treats brought people flocking to Rosliston Forestry Centre for a food and drink fair at the weekend.

Food fans filled the grassy area outside the café and visitor centre as they swarmed around traders offering delicious wares including Indian food, cakes and brownies and homemade wine.

There were also a number of craft stalls offering beautiful goods for sale.

At the heart of the event was a bake-off run by Abracadabra Baked Creations.

Judges spent the morning tasting Victoria sponges, cupcakes and large castle-themed cakes.

The winners were Stasia Caulton, Laura Lo Bue, Niamh Hall and Debbie Morris.

The bake-off raised £70 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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