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Staff get a slice of the action at Caley Hall cake bake-off in Hunstanton

From left Danielle Johnson, Lynda Renaut, Pat Parsons and Jo Jamieson with the cakes entered into the staff's bake-off competition at Caley Hall, Old Hunstanton

From left Danielle Johnson, Lynda Renaut, Pat Parsons and Jo Jamieson with the cakes entered into the staff's bake-off competition at Caley Hall, Old Hunstanton

It was cakes all round when a combined open day and coffee morning in aid of Macmillan was held at Caley Hall in Old Hunstanton.

Staff at the hotel competed in a bake-off and visitors were able to vote for their favourite cake.

Danielle Johnson organised the event and she said: “I am overwhelmed by the response of local people. This is our first event for Macmillan and we will be planning more in the future to support this very important charity.”

Among the visitors was Lynda Renaut who has first hand experience of Macmillan.

Lynda said: “I have had breast cancer which led to an operation late last year and the care I received was quite simply amazing.

“I’m so glad I can be here to support Macmillan and tell people about their work.”

Caley Hall’s owner Jo Jamieson took the opportunity to open rooms in the hotel for viewing.

She said: “This has been a good morning. I’m very pleased with the numbers of people attending and their interest in both Macmillan and the hotel.”

Pictured are, from left Danielle Johnson, Lynda Renaut, Pat Parsons and Jo Jamieson with the cakes entered into the staff’s bake-off competition.

 

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