Cupcake winners earn a treat

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 09 May 2014 Updated: 09/05 11:34

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Buy photos » Maggs Charles from Alliance In Partnership presents Emily Wong, eight, and Eden Hawthorn-Henry-Jones, seven, with their winning cupcakes. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1914001MMR.

A TASTY treat was in store for borough students when they got to sample creative cupcakes thought up by their fellow pupils.

Emily Wong and Eden Hawthorn-Henry-Jones were crowned the winners of a competition hosted by St Thomas More First School’s catering company Alliance In Partnership.

Pupils were tasked with coming up with a new cupcake and the two winning designs were created and served up for dessert last Thursday (May 1).

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