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Bakers’ Bolton Bonanza

first_imgIndependent bakers in the north of England and as far afield as Scotland and Devon have registered to attend the latest in the Bakers’ Fair series of regional roadshows, taking place at Bolton Arena on October 14.The one-day fair brings together a host of specialised bakery exhibitors, including millers, ingredients manufacturers, machinery suppliers, drinks companies, wholesalers and other key service suppliers.It will be an ideal opportunity for visitors to catch up with peers in the region and around the country and also pick up new ideas on trends and innovations in the ever-evolving bakery market.And for the first time in 2007, the Richemont Club of Great Britain, which has a membership of top craft bakers and confectioners, will be holding its annual competition at the Fair, and hosting a live competition during the day.Members of the Club will be baking up their finest efforts for judging in 20 classes, ranging from fresh creams to Christmas novelties, with newly introduced classes for young bakers.team competitionThe live competition and demonstration will see five teams of two competing for the President’s Cup, which will be presented to the team that does the best job of decorating a three-tier sugarpaste wedding cake.Richemont members Peter Herd Cakes (Wilmslow), Slattery’s Patissier and Chocolatier (Manchester), Chatwins of Nantwich, Classic Celebration Cakes (Cheshire) and Christopher Rose (Sheffield) have all put forward teams.Richemont president Trevor Mooney (pictured) tells British Baker that, with entries due in shortly, he hopes a record number of entrants will show off their talents in the various classes, including the new under-21 classes. These, aimed at student and trainee bakers and those at the beginning of their careers, include Four Fruit Scones and One Round Pizza.Mooney says: “We are very excited to be holding our annual competition alongside Bakers’ Fair for the first time. We are expecting a record number of entries again. Last year at our competition in Manchester we had 210. With the competition being held on a Sunday, more people should be able to get to it.”But if you want to take part, hurry. Entries need to be in to Kevin Pearce at Chatwins by 26 September. See [http://www.bakersfair.co.uk] for full details.The Bakers Fair North West follows on from the successful Edinburgh Bakers’ Fair, held last October. It opens from 9.30am to 4pm. You can still register to attend for free on the website [http://www.bakersfair.co.uk], or by calling 01792 365906. nAround the show:last_img read more

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Team FA’s Michael Whittle takes the Tipster Challenge at Ffos Las

first_img Submit Share ‘Better for Bettors’: Better Collective’s formalised approach to sustainable development June 15, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles RankTipsterRace WinsPoints Better Collective secures esports vision by acquiring HLTV.org for €35m February 28, 2020 Michael Whittle has become the latest industry expert to take the Tipster Challenge. Whittle, the Product Manager at Team FA, has provided tips for today’s six races at Ffos Las.Formerly of Betfred, he is now responsible for overseeing all channels and development at Team FA, a company formed after the success of the Footy Accumulators brand which started in 2012.Whittle will be going up against sixth placed Timeform, and Stephen Harris of bettingexpert, who remains in eighth despite an improved performance at Wetherby last time out.____________________________________1:20bettingexpert: Lisheen PrinceShaped well on his seasonal debut at Huntingdon in a strong race won by Apasionado, and he will improve on that now over 4f further.Timeform: Lisheen PrinceThere was plenty to like about his hurdling debut second at Huntingdon earlier this month and he’s taken to go one better now under Richard Johnson.Team FA: Lisheen PrinceStrong reappearance when second after a long lay off. Should come on for that run now back up in distance, and get the champion jockey off to a good start.____________________________________1:50bettingexpert: KelseyFeatures on a generous mark and comes here freshened up after a four-month break.Timeform: Babeny BridgeVery lightly raced under Rules, but has shaped with promise nonetheless. A runner up in a novice event at Worcester in May.Team FA: KelseyA chance is taken with the well supported Kelsey, who also returns after a lay off. Running off bottom weight, this gelding goes well fresh and would welcome any forecasted dig in the ground.____________________________________2:20bettingexpert: Call The CopsWas a classy hurdler, and is sure to be well prepared for this chasing debut.Timeform: Join The ClanShaped encouragingly when second over fences at Fakenham two weeks ago, but ultimately seemed undone by the tactical nature of the race.Team FA: Join The ClanPast festival winner, Call The Cops, has to be respected based on his hurdling form. However, JPs other runner made a solid chase debut going down a close 2nd last time out, and can take the spoils here.____________________________________2:50bettingexpert: SouthportLooks well treated in handicaps and can continue the terrific form of the Twiston-Davies stable.Timeform: Super SamThe ‘bounce’ factor is a concern, but he won with plenty in hand after a 23-month absence at Hereford last week, and this lightly-raced 7-y-o will prove hard to beat under a penalty if in the same form.Team FA: In On The ActMuch of the focus will be on the top two in the market, however the course winner should give them plenty to think about. A staying on third last time out, this gelding looks nicely weighted on its best form and could go close with the promising Conor Orr claiming seven.____________________________________3:20bettingexpert: Twenty Eight GunsImproved to win on his latest start and will appreciate the drying ground here.Timeform: Copper BirchProduced his best effort for some time when winning at Hereford last week and should make a bold bid for the hat-trick off the same mark.Team FA: Copper BirchBids to land quick-fire hat trick after dominant display last time out. Escapes penalty for that win and will go close off the same mark.____________________________________3:55bettingexpert: Mulcahys HillComes from a yard with an excellent record in bumpers and seems sure to be fit and readied for this Rules debut.Timeform: Mulcahys HillWarren Greatrex does well in this sphere and Mulcahys Hill, who cost connections £61,000 after winning a point on debut in February, is taken to make a winning start under Rules also.Team FA: Mulcahys HillAn interesting bumper to finish the card which can go to the favourite. Unbeaten on his sole start in a point to point, the third has since franked the form suggesting there’s more to come.____________________________________Tipster Challenge 2016/17 Leaderboard Better Collective moves fast to mitigate COVID-19 as esports journey begins May 15, 2020 1Alan Alger – Betway311.41 2Phillip Anderson – Before The Off36.17 3Ciaran O’Brien – William Hill35.29 4John Hill – Coral24.25 5Michael Shinners – Sky Bet24.00 6Timeform1.752.97 7Charlie McCann – BetVictor11.75 8bettingexpert0.881.58 9John Cruces – Dafabet11.25 10Ed Nicholson – Unibet10.73last_img read more

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