Eavis opens Burnham-On-Sea
chocolate and cake boutique
VIP ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Glastonbury Festival boss Michael
Eavis was held in Burnham on Sunday (November 2nd) to mark the
opening of a new shop selling hand-made chocolates and cakes.
Roberts has opened the new DusiCake Boutique above the Crafty
Teacup Cafe in Burnham's Victoria Street.
Eavis was the special guest on Sunday who performed the ribbon-cutting,
watched by supporters and friends.
new shop sells exclusive cakes and confectionery, all made to
order for special celebrations and events.
event was also a fundraiser for the newly-formed charity, 'In
Charley's Memory', a mental health charity, set up in memory of
18 year-old Charley Marks, who passed away in September. His sister
Daisy-Mae sang at Sunday's opening alongside local group
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It was a real honour to have Michael
attend our opening - he is so nice and very supportive of small
enterprises like us."
been making hand-decorated cakes for over three years and have
always wanted a base so the new shop is perfect. I'm delighted
to be officially open and have already had lots of positive feedback."
shop is open Wednesday-Saturday from 10am to 4pm. It is also holding
a Wonka-style competition to find hidden golden tickets in its