The day’s finally arrived – The Cake And Bake Show, Manchester, began today.
The Kitchen Design Centre Favourite Kitchen Memories Competition has yielded five winners, who won tickets to this prestigious event.
Our winners will be heading to one of the three days over the weekend. We hope they have an amazing time.
Thanks to everyone for entering and congratulations to our lucky winners.
But there’s still time for the rest of you to get down there! You can pay on the door if you’d like to attend today or you can book your tickets via the Cake and Bake Show website for any day over the weekend.
The event is taking place right now at Manchester Central and lasts until Sunday.
Why should you attend?
The Cake and Bake Show is Manchester’s first ever live event dedicated to cakes, bread and the art of baking.
After its hugely popular launch in Earls Court, London, last year, the show is set to attract baking enthusiasts from all over the UK.
The show includes everything from celebrity demos, and live competitions to tasty treats and all the baking supplies and equipment you’ll ever need.
Baking professionals can network and learn, and discover all the latest trends.
Foodies will love the artisan bakers, chocolatiers and cake makers displaying their wares.
Families can bake together, try their hands at cake decorating and get inspired by the fun kitchen demos.
Home bakers can watch celebrity bakers live, learn new skills and sample sweets.
See your favourite baking stars…
At Kitchen Design Centre, we love all things cooking related. We even hold our own Cooking Materclasses in our showrooms, which showcase our designer kitchens. So you can imagine our excitement at the news that renowned baking stars will be demonstrating their expertise to help you learn new baking skills in the kitchen.
Paul Hollywood is appearing today, who worked during his career as Head Baker in some of the most exclusive hotels in the country.
Tom Herbert will be there tomorrow following his success in the Fabulous Baker Brothers programme and his book entitled Glorious British Grub.
TV chef Eric Lanlard, author and presenter of Channel 4’s Baking Mad, will be there all weekend.
Award-winning baker and food writer Dan Lepard will be headlining the Competition theatre. After publishing his first book in 1999 he went on to write the baking classic The Handmade Loaf and now writes for newspapers and magazines around the world.
Chef and co-presenter of Sunday Brunch Simon Rimmer will be showcasing his skills at the show.
Star judge of Britain’s Best Bakery, Peter Sidwell, will be appearing in The Bakery and The Competition Theatre.
Juliet Sear, the face behind Fancy Nancy Cakes, will be demonstrating her sugar craft skills at the show.
Creative Cake Decoration pioneer Mich Turner will be showing off her artistic talents at the show.
And John Whaite 3rd champion of The Great British Bake Off will be showing off his skills.
Find out more at http://thecakeandbakeshow.co.uk.