Baker spreads the joy in Gaywood for charity
Joy Smith has rolled up her sleeves and donned her apron Mary Berry style to bake and raise funds for charity.
Cooking up some recipes in her kitchen in Grimston, a few of these delights will be on offer as samples at a coffee morning this Saturday, at St Faith's church rooms, Gaywood.
The recipes have been collated in to a book which will be on sale with the proceeds going to Christian Aid.
She said: "We're launching a recipe book that we've done for Christian Aid for supporters and friends.
"There are a mixture of recipes from all over the world, some are more unusual from Canada and Australia.
"Things that are slightly different from recipes handed down through their families."
The coffee morning will be from 10am until noon and there will be a taste and see sample opportunity. People can bring a donation and buy the book in support of Christian Aid.
Joy said: "The proceeds from selling the book wll go to Chtisian Aid and we also want to raise the profile of the work we do all year round.
"We are working together to help others such as in South Sudan this Christmas."
Joy is a professional baker and hopes people will come along on the day to sample the tasty treats.
She said: "My favourite recipe is the health conscious Christmas pudding that is suitable for vegetarians that has dates, figs, sultanas.
"I do admit I add a little bit of brandy for some taste."
The coffee morning will be Saturday, November 20 from 10am - 12pm at St Faith's Church Gaywood.