More than £140 was raised for Cancer Research UK with a special charity bake off in Tattershall.
Residents in Tattershall and Coningsby were given the challenge of creating a cake fit for the Great British Bake-Off and they brought their culinary delights to Clinton Park Community Centre.
More than 20 cakes were donated or entered for the Bake Off.
Fiona Stephenson, organiser of the Cakey Bake Off, said: “So many people are affected by cancer one way or another, and I just wanted to do something fun that would make people smile, and at the same time raise much needed money for this good cause.”
The winner of best cake was Tina Proctor, HIVE Information Officer, for her superb Easter-themed lemon drizzle cake.
She was the proud winner of a voucher from the Inn at Woodhall Spa.
A raffle also took place to raise additional money to add to the total and prizes were hair and beauty vouchers, a bottle of wine, jewellery, and a cake made especially by the Chef at Woodhall Spa’s Petwood Hotel.
A cake sale followed the judging of the homemade cakes which were entered and lucky buyers couldn’t wait until they got home to eat their purchases.