Wendy’s a Wife, Mum, Housewife and sugarcrafter. She loves making and decorating cakes and took her first class in 1971. She’s our Royal Icing expert and has been a guild member since 1993. She took the C&G 7900 in Sugarcraft, which led her to teaching adult education. As Chair, Wendy hopes to build the guild and looks forward to seeing continued growth.
As Secretary Sarah keeps us all updated, organised & informed. In the last few years she has discovered her love for sugarcraft & baking and now develops her skills with the help of BSG.
After joining the guild last year, Tracey became vice-chair and helps organise things behind the scenes. She strives to provide the best service to our members. She works full time as a facilities Operation Manager. She also runs a cake business part-time called Fond of Fondant.
Sandy is programme secretary, and runs the tombola for region 8 at their shows. She has been sugar crafting more years than she cares to remembers, and prefers making flowers.
Long time committee member and also ex-secretary, gladly handing over the reigns to Sarah. A great contributor to the group helping to regenerate and enabling a brighter future for the guild. She also takes the lead for guild exhibitions and contests.
Meet Sam, our crazy and loveable Treasurer. She holds the purse strings but without her, we wouldn't be the Guild we are today. Sam is also the proud owner if Cake Innovations and does this full time, along with running an onling podcast called the Sugarcraft Junkies.
Laura spends her time keeping our website and digital media up to date; she likes to keep us as up to date as possible with the latest IT trends. She also has a love for cake baking and decorating and enjoys doing this in her spare time.
Jackie (or Jack) is a founding member of our branch. Previously she was secretary and programme secretary for many years before handing over the reigns. She now looks after membership, subs and national subs. Having a banking background and a thing for numbers always helps!
Heather trained as a Home Economics teacher (now called Food Technology). Once she left teaching, she had the time to bake and develop her decorating skills. She joined the Guild last year and enjoys being able to socialise with like-minded people and learn new skills through the regular demonstrations.