2 September 2014

Get set - bake! For two good causes

If you're one of thousands of people inspired by the return of the Great British Bake Off, you can put your enthusiasm to use for a good local cause.

Local community radio station Wandsworth Radio and HIV charity Wandsworth Oasis are putting on a competition for budding bakers to show off their skills.

But can they compete with entries from this year's Earlsfield Bake Off?

On Saturday September 20th entrants will bring along their best bakes to Northcote Records on Northcote Road for an all-star judging panel. Dan Lepard, food writer and author (and Tooting resident), Eric Lanlard, Battersea-based master patissier and Laura Amos, the brain and baker behind the Desserts Deli will judge both adult and children's competitions.

Bakers can enter six categories - cake, cupcakes, traybake, bread, biscuits and afternoon tea - and junior bakers in two age groups can try their hand at cupcakes, traybakes or biscuits. The cost is £5 per category or £10 for three, and £3 for junior bakers. Just don't follow GBBO's Iain's example and bin your baking!

For information and to enter, email info@wandsworthradio.com.

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