Sunday, 17 December 2017

Cake honours royal christening

STUDENTS at the Henley College baked a cake to celebrate Prince George?s christening.

STUDENTS at the Henley College baked a cake to celebrate Prince George?s christening.

The Victoria sponge cake, which was decorated with a Union flag, was made by the Pathways students carrying out work placements at the HOT frog café at Henley Youth Centre.

The cake was sold to customers on Wednesday, the day of the royal baby?s christening. Carolyn Neighbour, who manages the café in Deanfield Avenue, said: ?Our royals are very important to us and we are very proud to be patriotic. Victoria sponges are very English and everybody loves them.?

The college?s Pathways department provides students with learning difficulties and disabilities with opportunities to experience a varied educational programme, including working in the not-for-profit café.

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