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Diss Carnival Committee’s cake sale raises £380 for the highly-popular event





The only problem was choice, when a cake sale looked to tempt passers-by in Diss on March 30.

From elaborate chocolate cakes to the classic Victorian sponge, there was a wide selection of sweet treats on offer in the Market Place.

Organised by Diss Carnival Committee, the sale raised £383, which will go towards funding the annual showpiece when it returns on June 16.

Tammy Howard said the Diss Carnival Committee were thrilled with the amount raised from the sale. Picture: Mark Bullimore
Tammy Howard said the Diss Carnival Committee were thrilled with the amount raised from the sale. Picture: Mark Bullimore

Committee member Tammy Howard said they were thrilled with the amount raised and the support on the day.

She said: “We would like to thank the generosity of those who attended the sale and those who contributed by baking delicious treats.

“The turnout exceeded our expectations.”

The committee’s next fundraiser will be a car boot sale on April 28, with all pitches priced at £5.

For more information on this event and the carnival itself, go online to the Diss Town Council website.



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