Sweet Success at Dean Academy ‘Bake off’

By Aaron Kendall   |   Assistant Editor   |
Saturday 7th October 2017 7:30 am
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JUDGES: School Council members Erin Reeves, Emily McCoy, Bradley Hodgson, Chloe Watts and David Hale. ()

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CAKES, muffins and tray bakes were among the treats cooked up by at Lydney’s Dean Academy as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s nationwide coffee morning.

Members of the student council had the enjoyable task of judging the entries and were extremely impressed with the standard of baking.

The winner, by a unanimous vote, was Pastoral Assistant Darianne Barnett who baked some delicious Nutella brownies.

Mrs Anna McCoy, the Assistant Director of Learning Support who organised the Bake Off, said: “We have had another successful year holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning.

“The Bake Off entries were amazing and our students had a very difficult task of judging the tasty bakes. I cannot thank staff at the Dean Academy enough for their support, contributions of cake and donations.”

The academy raised over £85 for the charity.

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