Don’t miss the chance to vote for your favourite cake at one of the 17 tearooms taking part in this year’s North Lincolnshire Teapot Trail – you have until December 31.
As part of the trail, tearooms across the area battle it out to be crowned the winner of the Great North Lincolnshire Cake Off 2016.
Cast your vote by picking your favourite cake and you could be in with a chance of winning afternoon tea for two at the winning tearoom.
Voting is easy, just scan the QR code at the bottom of the Teapot Trail leaflet and cast your vote. You can also complete a voting slip found at the back of the leaflet.
You can pick up a North Lincolnshire Teapot Trail 2016 leaflet from any of the featured tearooms or download a PDF version from www.visitnorthlincolnshire.com. You can also find them at Brigg Tourist Information Centre or Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre.
The 2016 Teapot Trail will see you eating cake all the way from Ashby to Ulceby, and everywhere else around and in between.
The 17 tearooms ready and waiting to take your order are:
Clayton’s Corner, Main Street, Howsham
Coffee at 43, The Broadway, Ashby
Columbia Coffee Lounger, 2A Ravendale Street North, Scunthorpe
Deepdale Garden Centre, West Wold Farm, Barton-upon-Humber
Mount Pleasant Windmill, North Cliff Road, Kirton-in-Lindsey
Mrs M’s Café Tea Room, Ashby High Street, Scunthorpe
Shipley’s Curiositeas, Wrawby Street, Brigg
Sowing Smiles, 17 Laneham Street, Scunthorpe
Te@6 Tea Room, Yarborough Court, Front Street, Ulceby
The Courtyard Tearoom, North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe
The Mount Tea Rooms, Castlethorpe, Brigg
The Old School Canteen, Wilderspin National School Museum, Barton-up-Humber
The Paddocks Tea Room, College Farm, Back Street, Alkborough
The Pink Pig, Holme
The Steel Rooms, Springs Parade, Brigg
The Terrace Bistro and Tea Room, Fair Garden Plant Centre, Cleatham Road, Kirton-in-Lindsey
The Tiny Teapot, Market Place, Epworth
They will all be serving the best homemade produce including light lunches, gluten free specials and most importantly their delicious homemade cakes.
If eating all this cake gives you inspiration to do some baking at home, there are some scrumptious easy to follow recipes included in the leaflet, including moreish red velvet cake and crunchy peanut butter cookies.
Coun Rob Waltham, cabinet member for Business, Innovation, Employment and Skills, said: “With Christmas just around the corner, there isn’t a better time to sit down and relax with your friends and family at one or more of the many tearooms on the Teapot Trail.
“If you can’t treat yourself to some cake at Christmas, when can you?
“There are some real hidden gems across North Lincolnshire that I would highly recommend. The Teapot Trail gives those tearooms that are less well-known the chance to stand out and showcase what they have to offer.
“Don’t miss the opportunity to pick your favourite cake from the 17 tearooms on the trail. You could be in with a chance of winning tea for two at the winning tearoom. You only have until New Year’s Eve, so hurry.
“Pick up your Teapot Trail leaflet today and plan your route for discovering North Lincolnshire’s tearooms.”
Voting closes on December 31; any votes received after this time will not be counted
Terms and conditions apply (see the Teapot Trail leaflet).
The winner will be announced in January.
For more details about the Teapot Trail call 01724 297536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.