Sister act aiming to bake up a storm
A FAMILY which has been in the baking business for five generations has opened a new cake shop in Harborough town centre. Gardners Cakery, in Church Street, is the second shop owned by the Gardner family – which has been trading in Northampton for more than a century – but the first in Harborough.
It is being run by sisters Amber (19) and Ella Felce (17) and the pair are also being helped out by their elder sister Mia (20), who works there on Fridays.
Amber, the new shop manager, has been involved in the family business since she was 15, but running her own shop will be a completely new... read more
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