A Norfolk tea room has launched a stunning recipe book in time for Christmas, with all profits going to support mental health services in Norfolk and Waveney.
The Orangery Tea Room, based in Ketteringham, has generously offered to donate the profits from 'Recipes In Mind: Baking Through Lockdown' to Norfolk and Waveney Mind.
The hardback book features 50 delicious bakes that have helped the tea room's customers, friends and family to cope with life in lockdown.
It includes a foreword by Great British Bake Off star Prue Leith alongside quotes sharing the joy and comfort people get from baking.
Alexandra Haswell, Fundraising Manager for Norfolk and Waveney Mind, said: “We are very excited to be working with the team at the Orangery Tea Room to create this wonderful recipe book.
"With rates of depression alone doubling during the pandemic, more people are in mental health crisis than ever before, fundraising to help support our services has never been more important and we are very grateful to be chosen to benefit from the profits generated from this initiative.”
'Recipes In Mind: Baking Through Lockdown' costs £19.95 and can be ordered on The Orangery Tea Room website
or in person at the tea room which is open between Wednesday and Sunday, 11am to 3pm at Ketteringham Hall, Norwich NR18 9RS.
The book will be ready for delivery or collection from 12th December and makes a fantastic Christmas gift for the Bake Off fans in your life.