As the popular Caketober returns to Greater Manchester, New Bailey is all set to host Totally Baked, the city’s first cake-themed street food pop-up extravaganza.
The unique bake-sale event will include live music from Alice Hollywood, glitter station, artisan coffee and of course, plenty of delicious cakes and sweet treats from some of the city’s favourite bakers.
Raw Bake Station, Lekker Eat Dutch and vegan artisan bakery, Nicely Kitchen have all been announced that they will be taking part, with many more soon to be confirmed.
As part of the one-day mini cake festival, there will also be a charity raffle to win the spectacular carousel afternoon tea at Menagerie along with a box of macarons by English Rose Bakery and much more.
Totally Baked, which will see all proceeds raised donated to Forever Manchester, will take place on Thursday 12th October at Salford’s New Bailey, the new riverside destination opposite Spinningfields and next to Salford Central train station. The event will form part of the annual month-long Caketober celebration, with activities taking place and cakes available from 11am until 3pm.
Phil Mayall, development director at English Cities Fund (ECf), developer of New Bailey, said: “Food and drink pop-ups always go down well and we’re looking forward to once again bringing something completely new to the area.
“The city has a really strong independent food and music scene so it’s great that we’re able combine the two and continue to add to the growing diversity of the neighbourhood in and around New Bailey, all in the name of supporting a good cause too.”