Friday, 19th June 2015, 10:30 AM - Sunday, 21st June 2015, 17:30 PM

Top baking stars will be cooking up a storm in Harrogate later this month.

The 2015 Cake & Bake Show extravaganza, in association with Neff begins at the Harrogate International Centre from 19-21 June. Celebrity chef Rosemary Shrager will be joining the nation’s favourite baking stars including Eric Lanlard, John Whaite, Lisa Faulkner and Phil Vickery. Yorkshire baking fans will be served up an array of delicious treats including live demonstrations, bake-offs, skills classes and much more.

Others appearing will be Gregg Wallace: Television presenter and foodie king (and Strictly Come Dancing survivor..!)
Aaron Craze: Jamie Oliver prodigy, Junior Bake-Off presenter and children’s television favourite.

Brendan Lynch: Great British Bake Off finalist from Series Three.

TV Chef Rosemary Shrager, says: ‘I’m tremendously excited to be part of the Cake & Bake Show family and coming to Harrogate is an extra thrill because I lived in Yorkshire for so many happy years. I cannot wait, the atmosphere at the shows is always so exciting and it will be wonderful to be able to meet so many baking enthusiasts – so come along and say hello.’

Simon Kent, director of HIC Yorkshire, added: “Cake & Bake 2015 is a great show to have on Harrogate’s calendar of summer events. It promises to be a vibrant event with lots going on and we are expecting a good turn-out of food lovers making their way to Harrogate for the range of activities and famous cookery experts. “If baking is all about having a go and having some fun then Harrogate is exactly where you can do just that at the Cake and Bake Show.”

There are lots of exciting new features this year, including a Super Cake & Bake Theatre, in association with Neff: a FREE, super-sized baking theatre, with a programme of delicious demos from some of the nation’s biggest baking stars.

For tickets visit cakeandbake.seetickets.com

 

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