St James’s Church is running a Jubilee Cake Festival competition to decorate a cake in honor of the Queen, which will feature in their community party on Friday June 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
But there’s a twist, as spokeswoman Sue Taylor explained: “It could be an actual cake baked and decorated or made out of junk materials like cardboard, polystyrene, paper, the choices are endless; the choice is yours as long as it looks like a cake and celebrates the Queen’s Jubilee.
“A note will be posted with each cake indicating which group/individual decorated it.”
Sue added: “We held a Royal Cake Festival for the Queen’s 90th birthday in 2016 which was a huge success and we hope the whole Wetherby community will get involved again.”
The church party will also take on a royal theme to join the celebrations of the Queen’s 70-year reign.
Anyone who would like more information about the competition or would like to have a stand at the 2nd June party, either as an individual or as part of a group, £15 per trestle table, should contact Jean Heaton [email protected] (07866 366314) or Sue Taylor [email protected] (07707 665171).