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British bakers raise money for Japan with Shoreditch cake sale

PUBLISHED: 16:45 18 March 2011

Cupcakes will help to raise money for the victims of the quake in Japan

Cupcakes will help to raise money for the victims of the quake in Japan

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Bakers from across Britain are donating tasty treats for a Shoreditch cake sale raising money for the victims of the earthquake in Japan.

Edd Kimber, winner of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off, will be among those providing Japanese-inspired goodies for the charity event at Miss Cakehead’s Pop-Up Shop at Maiden, Shoreditch High Street.

Sushi cake pops from East London company Molly Bakes, cherry blossom cookies from Hertfrodshire’s Nevie Pie and Pac-Man gingerbread from London Baking will also be on offer on Friday and Saturday (March 18 and 19).


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