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Gingerbread Trail

After the success of last year’s Gingerbread Trail in Woodbridge, the Tide Mill Living Museum and The Cake Shop Bakery are organising another trail to keep families amused over the Easter holidays.

Extract-5-800x533Between 21st March and 15th April, families can buy a trail sheet for £1 at The Cake Shop from 21st March and from The Tide Mill from the 25th March, and follow the trail to find the seven biscuits hidden around Woodbridge town centre.

The trail clues prompt curious kids to seek out some interesting things along the way and if they gather all seven biscuit names they will win an Easter egg shaped biscuit baked by The Cake Shop using Tide Mill flour.

Nigel Barratt, Miller and Chairman of Woodbridge Tide Mill Trust explains “The initiative is designed to be a fun way for children to learn about Woodbridge and the link between the Tide Mill flour production and the delicious things that can be made from it. We are privileged to have the best bakery in the country so what better way to link two top Woodbridge attractions”.

Andrea Wright, co-owner of The Cake Shop Bakery, added “if it’s as successful as last year we’ll need to make a lot of Easter Egg Biscuits, the parents love the way their children embrace the thrill of the hunt and the kiddies love our biscuits….it’s very satisfying all round”.

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