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Fancy a cake at work?  
  Fancy a sweet snack but can't get out of work? Missed breakfast and fancy something to start the day?

Well fear not as we have teamed up with Avenue Bakery to bring you the Stray FM Bun Run!

All you have to do is fill in the form below telling us where you work, what your favourite cake is and we will give you a mention on the radio and put you in the draw to have a fabulous selection of cakes delivered to your work place!

The Stray FM Bun Run...Delicious AND delivered
 
     
 
 
 
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The same great food, now delivered!

   
 

The “Avenue Bakery” was born in 1943 by John William Forrest Doyle who was originally trained in the North East, then moving to Northumberland and Scotland to gain a vast experience and to become a notable Master Baker.

With his wife and his son joining the business, the Bakery grew from strength to strength and survived through recessions and winters of discontent.

   
 

The Bakery prides itself in moving with the times whilst still keeping traditional values and baking styles. The recipes have been passed down and some have been slightly tweaked to make the produce even more scrumptious and more-ish.

Robert has been running the business for the last 15 years and again it is growing. It now employs 5 full time Bakers and Bakery Assistant’s 3 part-time Bakery Assistant’s, they have 2 shops and 15 shop staff.
To move with the times Robert launched The Avenue Bakery Online Shop on Wednesday 8th August 2012. All the produce available is supplied locally and as usual all the Bakery produce is produced with traditional styles of baking and confectionary making.

   
 

FACT:
On the 19th October 1997 the Bakery appeared in HEARTBEAT, Episode 8, Season 7, “The Friendly Fire”, the bakery staff were extras in this episode and John had a line to say, The Bakery was also to appear in another episode later in the series.
The Aidensfield Bun was created by John Doyle and is still available today.

   
       
 

 

 
 
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