Complete with cells this former local police station has been converted in a delightfully quirky tearoom and coffee lounge, handily situated near the towns railway station. Its a great spot for afternoon tea and that's exactly what the theme of our March meeting was "Lancashire Afternoon Tea", the friendly staff serve a wide range of drinks, snacks and cakes , many featuring local produce.
My bake was a twist on the local classic Goosnargh cake but you can find out more about this cake here.
Once again our bakers rose to the occasion and brought along some beautiful cakes which where great interpretations of the theme. We also had our first male baker who brought along a fabulous Zingy lemon curd cake along with his gorgeous 9 month old son and his partner to help eat all the cakes. We also had two young foodie visitors who had make a great cake label for their mums bake and who also assisted in helping us eat our way through 10 cakes.
- Zingy Lemon curd Cake
- Imogens Sultana and apple farmhouse cake
- Coconut and raspberry cake
- Bakewell Cake
- Coffee cake
- Chocolate Roulade
- Passionfruit victoria sponge
- Raspberry Cakewell
- Goosnargh cake with Orange buttercream
- Battenberg Cake
|Let the feast commence !|
|Wonderful cake label|
|Just some of the teapots in Coppers Tearoom|
|Zingy lemon curd layer cake|
Our visit was also featured in the local newspaper