Winner Josh has his cake and eats it

Tucking in: Josh Fraser, and below, winners of Ingol schools cake competition with Liz Soole and Janet Thompson from Ingol and Tanterton neighbourhood council.
Tucking in: Josh Fraser, and below, winners of Ingol schools cake competition with Liz Soole and Janet Thompson from Ingol and Tanterton neighbourhood council.
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School children put their thinking caps on for a special design a cake competition.

The competition was organised by two members of the Ingol and Tanterton Neighbourhood Council, Liz Soo le and Janet Thompson and was held during the run up to the annual Christmas tree lights switch on.

Ingol Community Primary School, Pool House Community Primary School and Holy Family Catholic Primary School got involved with the event.

The youngest category had to draw a cake, the next had to design a cake and the older children in years five and six had to design a cake and write a recipe.

The overall winner was year six pupil Josh Fraser of Holy Family Primary school. He had his cake baked for him and was presented with it in school.

The neighbourhood council organised the lights switch on which saw hundreds of people attend a carol service at St Margaret’s Church. All the winners of the competition received book tokens and certificates and enjoyed refreshments provided by Community Gateway.

The list of winners is as follows:

Early Years; Wilbur MacLaren (Holy Family) Kirean Skinner and David Stock (Ingol)

Years 1/2; Emma Marland (Pool House) Talia Robinson and Jack Nutter (Ingol)

Years 3/4; Zana Powell (Pool House) Monae Heatherington-Smith (Pool House) James Eccles (Holy Family)

Years 5/6; Josh Fraser (Holy Family) Jenna Gillis (Holy Family) Sadie Harrison (Ingol).