Let them eat cake! Tearoom selling sweet treats to open in New Buckenham

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. Photo: Stacey Enever

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. Photo: Stacey Enever - Credit: Stacey Enever

A sweet new business will soon be opening its doors to satisfy the cravings of cake lovers in Norfolk.

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. An example of a cheesecake that will

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. An example of a cheesecake that will be sold in store. Photo: Stacey Enever - Credit: stacey enever

Angel Cakes Tearoom is set to launch in King Street, New Buckenham on Saturday, November 18.

Owned by Stacey Enever, Angel Cakes is the product of a hobby she has been perfecting for more than 10 years.

The 34-year-old said: 'I'm a busy mum but have been baking at home for years. I found I really enjoyed it, so decided to take a course, where I discovered a love for cake decorating.

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. Photo: Stacey Enever

Angel Cakes Tearoom is opening on King Street in New Buckenham. Photo: Stacey Enever - Credit: Stacey Enever

'Since then I have been making cakes for friends and family, but recently my husband suggested I should turn it into a business, thus Angel Cakes was born.'


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She added: 'I hope my shop will be a success and become a meeting point for many people in and around the village.'

The tearoom will stock a range of Mrs Enever's bakes, from cheesecakes to crumbles. Visitors will also be able to order cakes for special occasions.

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