Otterton’s star bakers raise vital funds for cancer charity

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 October 2019

Otterton Primary School's star bakers with judge governor Clare James. Picture: Otterton Primary School

Otterton Primary School's star bakers with judge governor Clare James. Picture: Otterton Primary School

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Otterton’s very own ‘bake off’ has raised vital funds for a national cancer charity.

Cakes baked by Otterton stsr bakers. Picture: Otterton Primary SchoolCakes baked by Otterton stsr bakers. Picture: Otterton Primary School

Youngsters from the village primary school took part in a cooking contest, modelled on a reality television show, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Like their adult counterparts on the Great British Bake Off, the pupils made a variety of baked treats which were judged by school governor Clare James.

The Great Otterton Bake Off raised £90 for Macmillan.

A spokesman for the school, which is part of the Raleigh Federation with Drake's Primary School in East Budleigh, said: "The standard of entries was amazing and everyone got into the spirit of the event raising over £90.

Cakes baked by pupils at Otterton Primary School. Picture: Otterton Primary SchoolCakes baked by pupils at Otterton Primary School. Picture: Otterton Primary School

"Thank you and well done to everyone that entered, especially our Star Bakers.

"Thanks also to one of our Governors, Clare James who had the difficult task of judging."


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