‘ I have been on 16 cruises in my life and never had a problem so please let’s pity those on the Costa Concordia but don’t be put off, it is still such a remarkably safe and enjoyable experience.’
‘The Tory Minister Tessa Jowell tells us that hotels are putting up their prices for the Olympics by an average 315% ! Please don’t panic and book with us, go to www.capilonhotels.com for the one in your chosen area, we will never treat our customers in this way.’
‘Have you ever been to the Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe? It is itself a listed site and hosts exhibitions about the birth of the Underground, trains and steamships. You can also crawl through a tunnel in which the great man nearly drowned! Perfect for the transport buff.’
‘Yes, another event for 2012 in London, the International Boat Show! It was at the Excell Centre in Docklands till 15th January and I swear that only a dozen Londoners could have afforded the yachts they were selling! Never mind, there was also a bike show there and the caravan show must be next!’
The first ever Cake & Bake show will be held at Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre on 22-23 September 2012 in support of the Macmillan Cancer Charity.
The baking exhibition aims to attract home bakers and professionals alike. Among the stands will be an English Tea Room, run in partnership with Macmillan’s worlds biggest coffee morning project. There will also be dedicated bakery workshops and a demonstration theatre supported by the Real Bread Campaign.
The Cake & Bake Show will feature high-profile names in the baking world including Great British Bake Off judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, as well as winners Edd Kimber and Jo Wheatley; Eric Lanlard of Cake Boy and royal wedding cake designer Fiona Cairns.
For more information, visit the official Cake and Bake website.