Order your Hayshed Home Made Christmas Cake by 4th December
Order your Hayshed Home Made Christmas Cake by 4th December through The Dispensary
The Hayshed Experience provides work opportunities for people of differing abilities. Their end goal is to get disabled people into employment.
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This Christmas, The Hayshed Experience is offering 7” square decorated cakes, available from The Dispensary for £22.00.
How to place your order
To place your order
call in to The Dispensary Shop at 6 Hunter Street, Whitby. YO21 3DA
phone us on 01947 603456
email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for orders Friday 4th December. Cakes should be ready from Tuesday 15th December, possibly earlier, but we cannot guarantee this!
* We are only able to take orders for local pick up or home delivery of Christmas Cakes.
You can pick up the cakes from The Dispensary Shop, or, if you have a postcode YO21 or YO22, we can deliver to your home, just let us know.
Ingredients for Christmas Cakes:
The Hayshed Experience has let us know that the cakes will be baked using the following ingredients:
- Plain flour
- Mixed spice
- Ground cinnamon
- Dark brown sugar
- Black Treacle
- Vanilla essence
- Free-range eggs
- Mixed dried fruits
- Mixed peel
- Glacé cherries
- Blanched almonds
- Black Tea
- Apricot jam
- Royal Icing and colourings
*If you have any food sensitivities or allergies we advise that you contact The Hayshed Experience ( see website below) to discuss whether the cake will be suitable for you, before placing your order.
For more information on The Hayshed Experience, please visit their website http://www.thehayshed.co.uk/
The Dispensary is a not for profit Community Interest Company, helping to promote health in every sense. For more information on what we do please visit our website at www.thedispensary.org.uk or call in and see us!
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