Local firms in bake-off challenge

Jennie Pratt (right) from Shrewdd PR and her entry into the bake off event.
Jennie Pratt (right) from Shrewdd PR and her entry into the bake off event.

Businesses across Calderdale are creating some tasty treats as part of the Halifax Bake-off.

The free event is being held at the 1855 Building at Eureka on December 10 between 11am and 2pm.

Organisers Shrewdd Marketing are an official partner to the Wallace and Gromit Children’s Foundation, who provide comfort, state of the art equipment, family facilities and entertainment to hospitals,

In celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary, they are looking to raise £10,000 over the next 12 months for the charity.

Food Businesses from Halifax have been asked to bake children’s party themed cakes, which will be judged before being sold off at the event for £2 a slice, with all proceeds going to Calderdale Royal Hospital.

Businesses taking part include the Viaduct Cafe, The Orange Box, Little Italy, Staff from Costa Coffee, Cafe EightSixteen, Lippylicious Tea Room in Elland, Handy Catering, 22 The Square, Rosier Chocolate and Cakes, Coffee Cali, The Milestone, Lightcliffe Tea Rooms, Eureka and Dollopy Choc Splat.