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Hamley's Toy Shop holds party for Midhurst Rother College pupil
Hamley's Toy Shop held a party in honour of a Sussex student last week.
Hundreds of entries were received from all over the country, but students Lucy West and Sophie Brownbill came first and second respectively.
The judges commended Lucy for all the work she had put into her cake, particularly her imaginative design.
Year 7 art teacher Claire Hamers said: “I gave the students a short outline of the charity Dreams Come True, but most students were already aware of the wonderful work they do.”
Dreams Come True is a national children’s charity whose mission is to bring joy to terminally and seriously ill children by making their dreams come true. Over the last 25 years they have brought happiness and joy to more than 5,000 children, as well as their friends, families and carers.
The competition brief encouraged students to be imaginative, creative and show their personality through their cake designs.
Lucy’s prize was a Hamley’s goodie bag, an overnight stay in a London hotel, and the presentation of her cake, baked and decorated for a special party held at the world famous Hamley’s Toy shop in London last Sunday.
The shop closed for two hours while 200 guests, including TV celebrities, were treated to fun with all the toys and delicious party food.
The Dream Cake is now on display at Midhurst Rother College for everyone to see.
Lucy said: “I haven’t yet got into baking itself, but I love cake decorating and enjoy attending a regular dance club.”
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