To celebrate their Centenary year, Woman’s Weekly will be staging the first ever Make & Take area with Birmingham bakery Frost & Snow, giving visitors the chance to decorate their own cupcakes at the show before taking them away to enjoy!
Frost & Snow is renowned for delicious cupcakes and for the amazing work they do to make a real difference to the lives of homeless people. A social enterprise branch of the Midland Heart organisation, Frost & Snow is a not-for-profit business that reinvests all money into helping people out of homelessness and into employment.
All money raised in the Make & Take area will be donated to Frost & Snow and the Midland Heart organisation.
With Strictly Come Dancing back on our screens, tour dancer Mark Jefferies will be showcasing his Latin American and Ballroom Dancing skills to visitors throughout the day. Visitors to the show can enjoy a cup of tea and be entertained by founder of Coventry based dance school, Dancing Feet, Mark and his partner.
Friday 4th November from 10.30am
(Show dates – Friday 4th – Sunday 6th November, 9.30 – 17.30 (17.00 Sunday)
WHERE: NEC, Birmingham
SHOW FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Live cookery demonstration in ‘The Cake Decorators Kitchen’
- Latest supplies from over 100 exhibitors
- Meet the editorial team from Cake Craft & Decoration Magazine
- 3 Demonstration theatres with a variety of demonstrations taking place throughout the show
- Taste of Sugar hands on workshop
- Authors area with Maisie Parish and Alan Dunn
- Competition classes for all abilities
- Meet the judges
- The latest cake decorating products & accessories
- 3 Live PME Cake Decorating competitions
- International guest Rosa Viscava de Ortega from Peru
Cake International – NEC, Birmingham
Friday 4th, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th November 2011
Open Friday and Saturday 09.30-17.30, Sunday 09.30 – 17.00
On the Door: Adult £10.00 Senior £9.00
Book tickets online www.ichf.co.uk or phone Ticket Hotline 01425 277988
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More about crafts at the NEC here