With tickets selling out within a few days of them going up, guests truly had their fill with a staggering FORTY home-baked cakey delights.
The Larder on Goosegate was packed with hungry cake crazy’s from 4pm. By 7:30pm, all that remained was a substantial amount of crumbs and a few scattered cake tins – they do say waste not want not!
One of the lovely brains behind Cake Eaters Anonymous is Sarah Woodhouse.
She said: “We were very excited to have our event this month sponsored by local digital crafting community DaisyTrail, as part of their 2012 drive to raise money for Tommy’s. The event was a sell out and Larder on Goosegate was bursting at the seams with eager baking enthusiasts. We had some fantastic raffle prizes donated by DaisyTrail and the winner of best cake went very deservedly to some delicious passionfruit cupcakes. We’re still waiting on a final fundraising total, but expect it to break our previous record for an event of the same size, with somewhere in excess of £350 raised for charity.”
After the fantastic raffle (with apron prizes galore!) guests were also treated to the exciting news that next months meet will be sponsored by BMI Baby with a pair of free flights to be won.
Judging how fast tickets sold out this month when just cake was involved, we at Creative Nottingham have got a feeling the March event will be even more of a success.
To get involved or simply come along visit : http://main.cakeeaters.co.uk/index.html