Baking new ground – Create edible landmarks in mayor’s culinary contest with a twist
- Credit: Archant
A chocolate Christchurch Mansion, a Willis wheel or an ‘oreo’ bridge – your cakes of Ipswich landmarks could soon be cream of the crop at the mayor’s baking competition with a difference.
Jane Riley donned her best chef’s outfit with bowls and mixing spoons to launch the bake off style contest – which culminates in a jam-packed judging day on Saturday, March 2.
From amateur bakers to professionals, anyone who thinks they could rustle up a replica in their kitchen is in with a chance of winning.
All entrants have to do is register their interest and subject, get baking and bring in their creative masterpiece on the day.
“If you think Bake Off is hard, this time you will have to convince a VIP panel of judges – and a public vote,” organisers said.
You may also want to watch:
There are two age groups – under 18s and over 18s.
Winners will be crowned at a special ceremony in the Corn Exchange’s Grand Hall.
- 1 Updated: Bury Road reopened after two car collision near BMW garage
- 2 Members of 'notorious' Ipswich gang jailed for 19 years
- 3 Tributes paid to inspirational Ipswich teenager Harrison Boyd, 13
- 4 Three fire engines called to Ipswich flat fire
- 5 Man jailed after safe stolen from Spread Eagle pub
- 6 Matchday Recap: Aluko brace not enough as Blues draw at Cambridge
- 7 The places with the highest and lowest levels of Covid in Suffolk
- 8 Daughter pays tribute to keen sailor with 'contagious energy'
- 9 Semi-pro footballer ready to kickstart Football Fun Factory in Ipswich
- 10 Life sentence for man who stabbed and left woman in field near Ipswich
• Enter by sending your name, email, telephone number and the name of the landmark you are creating to firstname.lastname@example.org