Triteq Bake Off Year 2!!

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We are all in favour at Triteq of team events but one of our personal favourites activities is the Triteq Bake Off, a purely competitive event that helps the master baker, however deeply hidden in all of us, to emerge!!

After our outstanding success last year, we are holding our 2nd Bake Off event this year. The sign-up sheet has gone out and we already have sixteen participants, in a  company of fifty, we estimate that equates to at least 140 slices, so we are all delighted!  It makes perfect sense to us to fill our team canteen with cakes and last year, our clients really enjoyed it too.  Somehow the news linked and we seem to have a large number of clients popping on that day.  Who knew?

All entry fees and cake sales will go to Allan Caple who will be participating in the  London to Paris 24 hour bike ride in aid of Scope. We really enjoy supporting the team last year as Scope are an amazing charity.

Last year’s Bake off  was a great success with 15 entries for the first round. Our three expert 3 judges picked the best 3 cakes and the chosen bakers  then went on to the Grand Final where the winner was crowned. We managed to raise a total of £1042, we are hoping to beat that this year!

This year Triteq Founders Steve Lane and Jackie Berry are taking the Judges roles and results will be announced here!! Possibly the odd photograph too.

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