Damp weather couldn’t dampen our spirits at the annual garden party, where the Master launched and judged our first ever bake-off competition. Numerous entries were presented by members of the Guild, and after the close-run competition was declared over and a winner announced the cakes were enjoyed by all present.

The Master, Mr James Bromiley-Davis, inspects the entries to the Bake Off competition before selecting a winner.

The Master awards the Golden Pineapple to the winner of the 2017 Bake Off competition.

The Master addresses garden party guests, and whilst the rain might have caused a small interruption, a delightful afternoon was had by all after moving into the vestry.

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