Cake Bake

Chris Golder, store manager of Boyes on Queen Street, cant wait to try the home baked scones made by Aileen Baldry(right) for the Christian Aid week annual cake stall in the store, watched by Philip (left) and Janet Newell, of St Laurence's church, David Bridge, secretary of Scarborough branch of Christian Aid, and Ruth Penny of St Mary's church.  Picture by Andrew Higgins  112009  17/05/11
Chris Golder, store manager of Boyes on Queen Street, cant wait to try the home baked scones made by Aileen Baldry(right) for the Christian Aid week annual cake stall in the store, watched by Philip (left) and Janet Newell, of St Laurence's church, David Bridge, secretary of Scarborough branch of Christian Aid, and Ruth Penny of St Mary's church. Picture by Andrew Higgins 112009 17/05/11
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CAKE baking helped to bring in the funds during Christian Aid Week with a bakery stall at Boyes.

The Queen Street store hosted a cake stall all week, providing a variety of fresh cakes and biscuits every day.

A rota of 30 churches manned the stall with help from other local organisations including the Soroptimists and the Rotary Club.

David Bridge, secretary of the Scarborough Christian Aid Committee said: “All week we have had a steady flow of customers buying cakes, which has been great.

“We had some excellent cakes donated so the stall was always stocked with a wonderful variety.

“We were very lucky to have such great support from the churches who helped to man the stall, so thank you to them, and to everyone who baked for us.”