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Woodbridge royal cake bake raises £650 for charity

PUBLISHED: 06:23 27 May 2018 | UPDATED: 06:23 27 May 2018

Petra Fennelly (Woodbridge Kitchen Company) , Kya Harrison (WKC), Pauline Thrower (The Bakehouse Bakery) , Angie Duckworth (TBB) , Kirsteen Torrance (Owner, WKC) and Becky Airey (WKC) Picture: WOODBRIDGE KITCHEN COMPANY

Petra Fennelly (Woodbridge Kitchen Company) , Kya Harrison (WKC), Pauline Thrower (The Bakehouse Bakery) , Angie Duckworth (TBB) , Kirsteen Torrance (Owner, WKC) and Becky Airey (WKC) Picture: WOODBRIDGE KITCHEN COMPANY

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The event was held at the Woodbridge Kitchen Company on the thoroughfare and was organised by a number of Woodbridge shops and eateries to coincide with the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

Kya Harrison from Woodbridge Kitchen Company said: “Woodbridge demonstrated a lot of community spirit in coming together not just to mark the wedding but to raise money for a very worthy cause.

“We want to thank everyone who was involved in baking, selling and buying.

“It was a wonderful atmosphere in the town with lots of flag waving, bunting and general happiness.”

All the money raised will go to Scotty’s Little Soldiers which helps bereaved British Forces children and young people.

A charity which was also supported by the royal couple on their big day.


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