Delighted to say I have been commissioned by Camberwell Arts Festival to create a unique cake trail which will see a mixture of free (or if you choose in return for a donation to charity) cakes, cookies and other sweet treats in a variety of locations. Large show cakes, interactive cake installations and miniature cupcakes are just some of the treats cake fans on the trail will be able to indulge in, with 10 different locations being identified by the Neighbourpud Watch sign.
A list of the locations will be provided on the Saturday before the event, or alternatively a ‘treasure hunt’ option can be chosen. The latter will require cake fans to solve a series of riddles in order to discover the cakes, and there will also be few unique creations for anyone who deciphers the harder clues.
We’ll also being bringing back smoking in pubs in the form of Natasha’s stunning cigarette cake and edible cigarette butts (which are stunning).
In a nod to one of my favourite films of all time, Withnail & I, we will also be including a Camberwell Carrot ‘station’ on the trail. Bags of Kale crisps in small bags can also be collected here by those who need a break from the sweet stuff!
As you’d expect all the usual suspects will be taking part including Nevie Pie Cakes, Conjurer’s Kitchen, The Tattooed Bakers and Caking It. Jacqui Kelly of Cake revolution will also be managing the project.
Neighbourpud Watch will be popping up on the 22nd June and follow @miss_cakehead for the latest information and clues, for more general information on the festival please follow @camberwellarts.