We would love you to join Woman’s Weekly on our third and highly anticipated Make & Take Cake Decorating Day with Knightsbridge PME, at their great venue in Enfield.

This wonderful event is dedicated to stacked and multi-tiered cakes for all occasions – everything from weddings to special birthdays. Tickets are £99 per person. Get your tickets by calling 0800 024 1212 or fill in the booking form on the website. Click here and complete our coupon and send it to: Woman’s Weekly Marketing, Blue Fin Building, Room 06-N2-02, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 0SU. Please enclose a cheque made payable to Woman’s Weekly Shop (no cash, please).

Smaller Wedding Cake

During the morning you will watch a series of demonstrations showing how to create stacked and multi-tiered cakes. Then, over a two-hour lunch (a delicious buffet), you can chat and watch the experts at work and sometimes give it a go yourself. The afternoon session is a Make & Take Workshop, where you get the chance to put some of the skills you have watched into practice

Tiered cake

Timetable

Saturday 30 May 2015 – Make & Take Cake Decorating Day


10:00am – 10:30am
Meet and greet with morning tea, coffee and cakes

10:30am – 12:30pm
Demonstration – Paula Macleod, Head of School
Paula will give you confidence as she unravels the mysteries of creating a multi-tiered cake. Learn how to turn a single cake into a stunning two-tier and understand the great design opportunities that a stacked cake can provide.

12:30pm – 2:30pm
Buffet lunch and mini demonstrations:

Fabric Effects The Easy Way – Tony Warren
One of the most popular techniques for today’s fashionable and trend-setting cakes has to be fabric effects in sugar. Learn how to create stylish swags, cushions, tassels, bows and much, much more.

Cookie & Cakes – Gemma Wiseman
Decorated cookies and cupcakes are the natural accompaniment to a celebration cake as well as a tea-time treat. See how to co-ordinate these much loved favourites with that very special cake.

Modelling In Chocolate – Pauline Moody
When taste matters then chocolate candy is the answer. See and try this wonderful modelling paste and learn how to create simple decorations including textured borders, models and effects.

Lettering & Inscriptions – Janet Smith
An inscription on a cake is for many the most important feature, personalising the event with name and numbers. Learn the tricks of the trade and try everything from piping to simple cutters.


2:30pm – 4:30pm
Make & Take – a hands-on class with Paula and the teachers from Knightsbridge PME.
Create your own decorated celebration cookies using many of the skills demonstrated throughout the day, plus additional thoughts and ideas from the KPME team.

Paula McleodPaula Macleod – Paula is the Head of School at KPME Ltd. She has won many awards and has a real talent and passion for cake carving and sculpting. Paula is an author and her work has been featured in adverts and numerous publications.

Tony WarrenTony Warren – Tony  is probably best known for his sugar flowers but his skills extend to all aspects of cake decorating. He is a highly talented teacher and demonstrator whose skills are much in demand all around the world.

Pauline MoodyPauline Moody – Pauline’s passion for cake decorating first began at the tender age of 11. Since then she has both studied and taught vocational courses at colleges and turned her hobby into a career.………………………………………………..        

Janet SmithJanet Smith – Janet studied City & Guilds as a student and her desire to share her skills led to her teach, For many years she has been teaching both accredited and non-accredited courses.

 

Diane KenwoodPLUS... Woman’s Weekly Editor, Diane Kenwood, will be coming along to the event to learn, watch and make alongside all you lovely readers, she will also be taking part in the Make & Take session at the end of the day. Come along and say hello….

 

About the day


• The demonstration day will be held at Knightsbridge PME, Riverwalk Business Park, Riverwalk Rd, Enfield EN3 7QN on Saturday 31 May 2015
• An additional date, 31 September 2015, will be made available only when tickets to the previous day have sold out. The additional date – if it becomes available – will only be publicised on the Woman’s Weekly website.
• Please bring your own notebook and pen or tablet in case you want to take notes
• Feel free to bring a camera but please no photographs or filming during demonstrations
• A buffet lunch will be served
• Every reader attending will get a goody bag worth £20
• Every reader attending will receive a 10% discount to use in the Shop on the day
• There is free car parking available at the venue

Terms and conditions


Please note that tickets to this event are only refundable 5 working days prior to the event. A guest list policy will be in operation at the event. Woman’s Weekly have the right to change the itinerary of the day. Tickets cost £99 per person. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and a letter of confirmation will also be sent to you prior to the event. The day will run from 10am-4.30pm.