Retired florists have spent 387 hours to make a replica village. Entirely on the cake with a layer of icing.
When Lynn Nolan (58 years) out of the church in the region needed funds to repair the roof. And he sought ideas from cookbooks and dedicate hundreds of hours to this remarkable creations.
And she decided to make a replica of a beautiful village, Youlgreave, England. Chosen 16 buildings made of cake, icing and marzipan. The project started in June last.
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Lynn spent 387 hours during the making icing for parts only. All part of the cake, including a grocery store and a wooden bench in front of the hotel, everything is edible.
"I continue to find the eggs in a small terrace me and little old ladies would come to give the sugar and butter. There was also a mysterious man called and said that if there is less material, he will provide it because she has a bakery," said Lynn quoted mirror.co.uk (08/12/16)
Although the pastries are made several months ago, they're still edible since been soaked in whiskey so durable and tidka moldy.
Nowadays, a replica village of cake is on display at All Saints Church and will be auctioned on December 15. All funds will be used to repair the church roof.
Barbara Scrivener of the church said Lynn got the impression made pastries will lumpy Christmas and looks absolutely stunning with the rays of the building also Christmas trees scattered everywhere. Building including the local minimarket, George Hotel, butcher, All Saints Church and the local bakery made of cake and icing.
Each building also got the final touch in the form of light and a bit of Christmas decorations, made it look festive. Youlgrave village itself is situated in the district of Derbyshire Dales and just 5 miles to the south of the city of Bakewell and has a population of about 1300 people.