When: 18th November 2018
Where: Perth City Centre, Scotland
What is it?
Scotland’s Cake Fest is returning on Sunday 18th November, as part of the annual Winter Festival celebrations in Perth City Centre. Bakers of all abilities are being invited to take up their spoons, cake tins and icing bags to produce an edible version of their favourite building or place in Perth and Kinross.
Each baker’s sculpture will be placed on a special cake map of the area during the Perthshire Feast event, which will take place in Mill Street and Horsecross Plaza. The map has been created by Cake Fest’s head baker Simon Preston. Once the map is complete, members of the public will be able to view the architectural culinary creations and even enjoy a slice of the tasty landmarks.
Community groups and organisations, as well as individual bakers, are being encouraged to take part, with support and guidance on hand throughout the process from an experienced baker.
Lots of well-known landmarks and locations have already been snapped up, including the AK Bell Library, Perth Concert Hall, Scone Palace, the Crannog Centre and Loch Leven Castle, but there are plenty of others available to immortalise (temporarily).
If you love baking and would like to play your part in creating a delicious map of Perth and Kinross, there’s still many opportunities to get involved! To get involved, please go to perthcity.co.uk where you will be able to find out how to register the building or place you would like to create, and your selection will then be confirmed along with information on what happens next. Cake Fest 2018 will be free to enter.
More info: http://www.perthcity.co.uk/cake-fest-perth/