Young Millom bakers spice up lives at Christmas
Published at 16:02, Tuesday, 03 December 2013
YOUNG cookery students got the perfect chance to get into the Christmas spirit in a festive competition.
YOUNG Millom cookery students got the perfect chance to get into the Christmas spirit in a festive competition.
Millom School pupils were challenged to design and decorate gingerbread houses as part of the competition, devised by South Copeland Tourism Community Interest Company directors, Sue Day and Joan Hobbs.
The houses are on display at Millom Library, St George’s Road, and the public are being asked to vote for their favourite designs.
Ms Hobbs said: “We had the idea when we ran a competition ahead of the scarecrow festival this year, and Sue ran a competition for the students to design aprons.
“We thought the gingerbread idea would be a good way to tie in with the Christmas Lights switch-on.
“Some of the gingerbread houses are very well done and some even look professional.”
The houses will remain on display in the library until Friday, when they will be moved to the Discovery Centre. The winning pupil will receive a prize.
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