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Andrea has been catering for all tastes for 30 years


By Newsdesk Bury


A Pakenham woman is celebrating 30 years in business and to mark the occasion is holding a charity pop up tea room at Haughley Park Barn.

Andrea Davey began making traditional wedding and celebration cakes in 1988 after having her first daughter.

While trained in hotel management cake making was a hobby which became much more as Elite Cakes & Buffets was born.

Over the years she has expanded her business and since 1992 has offered outside catering services.

These range from wedding receptions and outside buffets to traditional afternoon teas.

Andrea also runs Aunt Clara’s Vintage China Hire.

The Pop-Up Tea Room is on Sunday July 22 between 2pm and 6pm and 100 per cent of the revenue will go to the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. Tickets are £7.50 and available from 01359 231434 or email andreadavey@mail.com



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