The Romsey Mayor, Cllr. Dorothy Baverstock along with Sally Farmer, Creative Cakes judged the entries to the Abbotswood & Cupernham Bake Off event held on 19th February at the recently opened Abbotswood Community Centre.
The cakes came in all shapes and sizes but one thing the judges agreed on was that the quality of the entries were exceptional particularly from the youngest age group for children aged 5 +.
Along with the homemade cake competition, there were stalls from various community groups promoting services such as mobility equipment, arts and crafts, preserves and jewellery as well as a cake decorations. Sally Farmer gave tips on how to decorate flowers and cakes and this was extremely well received.
We would like to thank Sally and Oliver Farmer as well as the Romsey Mayor Cllr. Baverstock for joining us and participating in the cake judging.
This event marks the start of a number of community events Unity is planning to run during 2019 to raise awareness of the organisations and services across Test Valley this year.”
Unity were out in force too with Transport, Volunteering and the Cardea Home Support services promoted as well as providing face painting for the children too.
Terry Bishop, Chief Executive said, “We were delighted at the mix of community groups participating in this event and for the local residents who came along. Feedback was really positive and the Abbotswood Community Centre is a wonderful facility for the community to enjoy too.