BIA winner on stage at Bakers’ Fair

06 March, 2013

BIA 2012 winner Sandra Monger

British Baker is delighted to announce that Sandra Monger, last year’s Celebration Cake Maker of the Year, will be taking to the stage at next month’s Bakers’ and Butchers’ Spring Fair.

The Baking Industry Awards winner will be demonstrating her technical skills on stage at the biannual event, hosted by British Baker and sister publication Meat Trades Journal, at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, Worcestershire, on Sunday 7 April.

The award-winning cake maker, who created a 1980s-themed entry for the BIA’s 25th anniversary, will be demonstrating her skills in sugarcraft, focusing on the vintage trend and creating a selection of decorative flowers in time for the wedding season.

Dawn Foods will also be taking to the Bakers’ and Butchers’ Fair stage in April, with chef-patissier Graham Dunton and Tim Clarkson, UK bakery sales team leader, conducting a practical session on the flexibility of its new Scoop & Bake range of frozen batters and doughs.

Martyn Leek, editor of British Baker, said: “With only one month to go until our next Bakers’ and Butchers’ Fair, I’m pleased to have both Sandra and Dawn Foods on board as part of our exciting programme of practical stage demos. Both will be passing on their professional expertise and will be on-hand to answer questions from attendees.”

Christine Hamilton, star of ITV1's I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! will be this year’s guest at the Baker’s and Butchers’ Spring Fair.

To register you free place at event, visit www.bakersandbutchersfair.co.uk.





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