Richmond Cake School's decorating masterclasses to run until April

By The Editor

16th Jan 2021 | Local News

A series of cake decorating masterclasses have been launched – and our readers can get a discount on their place.

Showstopper cake specialist Danielle Armstrong runs Richmond Cake School.

To start 2021 in style she launched a schedule of eight new online classes.

They include piped buttercream cupcakes, drip cakes, tropical wrapped cakes, Kintsugi, abstract and floral meadow cakes.

The masterclasses take place at various times and times over the next few months and are suitable for bakers of all skill levels.

Each participant will receive a kit prior to the Zoom workshop which contains the instructions, tools and materials they need to complete their projects with Danielle in real time during the workshop.

Richmond Nub News readers can get 15% off by entering the code richmondnub at checkout. Visit the cake school website to book your place.

Danielle said: "I'm really happy to be going online for the time being, until we can get back together again in person in the classroom.

"My passion is empowering people with the skills they need to create their own pieces of cake joy and I cannot wait to get started this year.

"I have been creating my own showstopper cakes for over 15 years now and I started Richmond Cake School two years ago to share my knowledge.

"I absolutely love seeing people develop their skills and grow in confidence while creating something beautiful (and tasty!)."


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