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By Community Centre - 4th December 2013 12:59pm
The "Baking Bunch UK" has booked the Tarvin Community Centre, with its kitchen facilities, to be able to offer a series of four baking classes in the run up to Christmas.
The programme that is being offered is:
Wednesday 11th December — 6.30pm to 9.30pm — adult class
Sunday 15th December — 9.30am to 12.15pm — parents and children class
Wednesday 18th December — 6.30pm to 9.15pm — adult class
Saturday 21st December — 9.30am to 12.15pm — children only
All equipment, ingredients and refreshments are provided, all participants have to bring along is an apron
Costs are £30 for adult classes, £20 for parent/child class, and £15 for the children only class. You get to keep, and eat, everything you prepare and with Christmas Biscotti and Sweet Reindeer Treats, among other festive themed baking, you get the bonus of being well prepared for the Christmas season.
To book a place on any of the classes call 07774 042 594 or for further information email the firstname.lastname@example.org
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