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Dining Out


Dining Out Cwtch Cakes


Made in Mumbles since 2009


Cwtch Cakes is a little Welsh cupcake bakery (‘cupcakery’) based in Mumbles, Swansea that specialises in making fabulous little cakes which taste as good as they look!


Their beautiful cupcakes are freshly made to order in nine fantastic fl avours including double chocolate, cookies & cream, maple & pecan and red velvet; topped with buttercream and hand decorated with assorted sprinkles and fondant fl owers, they are perfect for parties, a best friend’s birthday, christenings, hen nights and weddings.


Cwtch Cakes also have an ever changing, but always delicious, 'fl avour of the month’, which you can taste at the Mumbles Local Produce Market on the 2nd Saturday of every month. Any time is good for a Cwtch Cake! For more details, contact Liz on 07725 013 159 or visit www.cwtchcakes.co.uk


COMPETITION – WIN… cupcakes!


What’s On in Swansea Magazine have teamed up with Cwtch Cakes to give 5 LUCKY PEOPLE the chance to win a dozen boxed cupcakes, (2 fl avours of cake per box), that can be delivered within 10 miles of Mumbles for FREE or collected from Cwtch Cakes’ stall at the Mumbles Local Produce Market.


For your chance to win simply colour in the cupcake, above, with your chosen design. Add as much glitter and sparkle as you like! The 5 best designs will be chosen as the winners.


Send your entry in an envelope together with your name, address and telephone number to: Cupcake Competition, What's On in Swansea Magazine, 16 Coed Saeson Crescent, Sketty, Swansea SA2 9DG. Closing date: Thursday 15th December.


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Stuck for a gift? Fill a festive gift box full of indulgent chocolates available at SoCocoa this Christmas!


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Perfect party venue, the new marquee at The Beaufort Arms is ideal for all your special functions and the offi ce party.


Competition – Win…£75 gift voucher to spend at Sketty Hall. Treat the family this winter.


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