The Great British Quake Off

We liked the N21 online report- which follows!  Note we are inviting people to come for tea and cake 12-1, Sunday 6th October (come at 10.30 if you want worship.)  Bring something if you want but we don’t expect it!



Did you see our lovely Friends Meeting House feature in The Great British Bake Off last week? 

Did you know that Tottenham Cake (named after a certain local football team) is served at Quaker Meetings?You can still watch the fascinating history of this little local delicacy on on iPlayer, Biscuits & Traybake week. If you don’t have time to watch the whole episode, the story begins around 13 minutes into the episode.
You have the chance to try this little local delicacy for yourself, as on Sunday October 6th Winchmore Hill Quakers would like to invite you to the Friends Meeting House for ‘The Great British Quake Off!
“People should come at 10.30 for worship and 12-1pm if they just want tea and cake”. Donations will go to the homeless project we support, Beck House.
Winchmore Hill Quakers spokesperson Stephen Cox said ”There are not many soggy bottoms at a Quaker bakeoff”.  


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One Response to The Great British Quake Off

  1. Elna Harris says:


    The relevant link to the Meeting House and Doreen Brown making and baking the Tottenham Cake at Chalkley Bakery, N21 is on YouTube so anyone interested can watch it ad infinitum when it is no longer available on iplayer.

    Kind Regards
    Elna Harris

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