Bakers get busy for stall

Christian Aid ladies make exceedingly good cakes... The volunteer bakers, from different churches around Scarborough have a stall in Boyes shop for Christian Aid Week. From left, Gail Card, Fiona Rickard, assistant store manager, Ruth Penny, and Margaret Welch. Picture by Andrew Higgins 122013 15/05/12
Christian Aid ladies make exceedingly good cakes... The volunteer bakers, from different churches around Scarborough have a stall in Boyes shop for Christian Aid Week. From left, Gail Card, Fiona Rickard, assistant store manager, Ruth Penny, and Margaret Welch. Picture by Andrew Higgins 122013 15/05/12
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CAKES of all kinds are tempting shoppers in Boyes as part of a Christian Aid Week fundraiser.

Voluntary bakers from churches around Scarborough have set up a stall in the Queen Street store selling cakes and provisions.

Open from 10am to 4pm the stall is there to receive baking as well as sell sweet treats.

The rota for helpers at the stall, from the 30 church representatives on the Christian Aid committee along with the Scouts, has been arranged by organiser Margaret Welsh of Cayton Methodist Church.

The cake stall, which runs until Saturday, is one of two fundraising activities in Scarborough in support of Christian Aid Week. It follows a sponsored walk which took place on Sunday.

Around 30 walkers started from St Michael’s Church in Filey Road and proceeded to St Mary’s Parish Hall.

Deputy mayor Cllr Helen Mallory, along with deputy mayoress Lucy Mallory sent walkers on their way.