Woodbridge cake makers gather to celebrate Royal Wedding
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A wedding themed bake sale will be held on Saturday at the Woodbridge Kitchen Company with cakes being made by Christine’s Patisserie and tearoom, The Cake Shop, Honey and Harvey and Woodbridge Kitchen Company.
Kya Harrison from the Woodbridge Kitchen Company said: “We want the shop filled with people in their finest headgear - from fascinators and feathers through to wide brims and sequins.
“There is no better way to mark a wedding than with a large slice of cake – especially if it has been prepared by the wonderful bakers from our town.
“What’s more, money will be donated to a charity which is very close to the hearts of the royal couple.”
All proceeds will go to Scotty’s Little Soldiers who support bereaved forces children and young people.
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The charity has been chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to receive donations from their wedding.
A spokesman for the charity said: “We are honoured to have been selected and incredibly grateful for the support.
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“Without your kind donations, we cannot continue to provide the long-term support to the children of our fallen heroes.
“We support hundreds of children across the UK who, at such a young age, have already experienced the tragic loss of a parent. For all our members, Scotty’s Little Soldiers provides a vital support network which helps keep them smiling.”