Cake shaped like Devon goes to the Newton Abbot Community Transport Association volunteers and passengers
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We offered community groups across Devon the chance to win a spectacular Christmas cake we’ll be featuring in our December issue.
A cake made in the shape of Devon for our December issue has been won by the Newton Abbot Community Transport Association.
The cake, which is 84cm x 65cm was made for us by the talented students at the Michael Caines Academy at Exeter College and is a sponge cake filled with Christmas spice buttercream and iced with fondant icing.
Decorated with a range of distinctive Devon landmarks – including Verity in Ilfracombe and Exeter Cathedral – there are also snowmen, reindeer and Christmas turkeys. The cake will slice into between 80 and 100 portions.
We invited community groups to get in touch for a chance to win the cake and Devon Life editor Andy Cooper drew the winning name from the hat at 6pm on Thursday.
We hope the Newton Abbot Community Transport Association volunteers and passengers enjoy tucking in.
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