The multi award-winning Leicestershire-based Vegan Cakery has generously donated a large cake (20-24 slices and similar to the one in the photo) to the winner of a competition to organise a vegan cake and coffee morning at their workplace during the Vegan Festival of Britain. (Or, alternatively, it can be a coffee morning organised in a local church/village hall, or a club or library).
We are sorry to have to limit entries to within 100 miles of Leicester. This is because the cake will be hand-delivered by The Vegan Cakery to ensure that it is suitable for photography.
Anybody who has had the good fortune to discover The Vegan Cakery will know what a treat the winners are in for. Founder Michelle Orme has created award-winning cruelty-free alternatives to many products that are not normally available to vegans, such as Battenberg, fancy doughnuts and mille-feuille. You can discover the full range of more than 170 different products on The Vegan Cakery website.
The rules of entry are as follows:
1. Entrants must be willing to allow Animal Aid to publicise the winner and the winning business/school/club etc. (In other words, if you are an employee, you must have the support of your employer and colleagues.)
2. Entrants should, if at all possible, be willing to allow us to invite a local reporter and photographer to the event.
3. Entrants must agree to supply photographs of the cake and a short written report on the event for Animal Aid to use in promotional material.
4. Delivery address must be within 100 miles of Leicester.
5. The winner will be selected by Animal Aid, whose decision is final.
Please send your applications, including postal address and a brief description of your proposed event, by email with subject heading VEGAN CAKERY COMPETITION to MarkGold@animalaid.co.uk.
Closing date is Friday 31 March. Winner to be announced in the following week.
Footnote: If there are any other professional vegan cake makers out there who would consider donating a cake for a similar event in their town/area, please contact Mark. Thank you!