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Maxine Greer, Artist

Maxine Greer is an artist based in Stamford Lincolnshire. You may have seen her work on this blog before now – particularly the flock of paper sparrows which has been featured twice – once… Continue reading

Oh! You Pretty Things – Cakes, A Yorkshire Brew & Beads

I returned home yesterday full of cake, and with potentially an equally addictive interest – beading. Bojangle Beads in Church Gate, Loughborough, opened up just for the Clandestine Cake Club on Sunday afternoon… Continue reading

Making Connections – Cakes, Trains & Automobiles.

The Clandestine Cake Club Cookbook was published on the 14th February 2013.  A series of events have been taking place across the UK to celebrate and launch the book. We organised a launch… Continue reading

Clandestine Cake Club Cookbook – Design, Illustration & Styling

I do enjoy using a well-designed cookbook, as much as I dislike a badly designed one! So I was really hoping that The Clandestine Cake Club Cookbook would fall into the former category.… Continue reading

The Clandestine Cake Club – A Quick Guide for Businesses

The Clandestine Cake Club is about baking, meeting, sharing and talking about cake. It’s a simple and sociable concept – go along, meet new people, make friends. It’s Clandestine because you don’t find… Continue reading

Clandestine Cake Club at Chocolate Alchemy

The Loughborough Clandestine Cake Club laughed in the face of January detox diets and weight loss regimes for a night – and spent a very happy evening at Chocolate Alchemy, a welcoming independent shop… Continue reading

Hook-a-Duck Coconut Milk Candyfloss Cake

I needed to come up with a cake for a Clandestine Cake Club to fit with the theme All the Fun on the Fair.  I really fancied making the Dan Lepard Coconut Milk… Continue reading

Clandestine Cake Club – All the Fun of the Fair

When it gets to the end of October the year seems to fast forward from one celebration lighting up the streets and night sky to another – Halloween, Bonfire Night, and in Loughborough,… Continue reading

Secret Craft Fair & Garden Party

We held a Secret Craft Fair and Garden Party to celebrate the launch of The Refectory Table a few weeks ago. Pete and I set out to create a unique event that would fill our house and… Continue reading

How to get local press coverage

It’s simple really!  Be polite, be interesting, think about the story from their readership perspective as well as your own, be surprising, have great pictures, and, let people have a taste of what… Continue reading