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Jan’s Cake Is The Plane Winner

Andover cake maker Jan Cox thought she'd be eating cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner after a client cancelled their order at the last minute, until a fitting cause was found. [Read more...]

Andover cake maker Jan Cox thought she’d be eating cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner after a client cancelled their order at the last minute.

However, after finding out it was Andover Armed Forces Day, Jan decided to donate it to Blind Veterans UK.

The cake – in the shape of a Spitfire aircraft – went down a storm at the event raising over £100 for the charity with them raising a total of over £300 on the day.

Spitfire Cake

Paula, who ran the stall, said: “On behalf of Blind Veterans UK I cannot say how grateful they & we are for the support you showed us with your cake.

Jan was pleased the cake was put to good use, saying: “After the order was cancelled I had no option other than to try and give / sell it to someone and, thankfully, Nikki contacted me.

I only make cakes as a hobby as I have a full time job and for me it’s all about making people happy so said you are more than welcome to have the cake. It’s clearly going to a great cause.

Spitfire Cake

The Ladybird Cake Company makes bespoke handmade cakes and has been supplying wedding, christening and novelty cakes since 2011.

Her Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/LadybirdCakeCo

Spitfire Cake

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