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Mrs Bun the Baker 1 of 100 Inspirational Female Entrepreneur's recognised across the UK
So fabulous that Mrs Bun the Baker has been recognised as an inspirational female entrepreneur for 2023, this follows the Muddy Stilettos Best Children's Business Award for Mrs Bun the Baker Cookery School. Angela Johnson (Mrs Bun the Baker) joins the class of 2023 as one of the 100 inspirational f:Entrepreneurs across the UK. The merits of the award call out what Mrs Bun the Baker and the cookery school has achieved to date, providing hands on fun cooking for toddlers to charities.
Baking Heaven Magazine Article - 10 Ten Tips for Baking with Children
Publication: Baking Heaven Magazine January 2021
Get ready to get messy and have some fun with your little ones! Angela Johnson, aka Mrs Bun the Baker (mrsbunthebaker.net), shares her top 10 tips for baking with children at home.
Mrs Bun the Baker® Cookery School bakes with toddlers, children, teens, families, charities, schools… whoever wants to bake! Find out more at www.mrsbunthebaker.net. You can buy Angela’s book, Baking with Mrs Bun the Baker, on Amazon, priced £12.99 plus delivery.
1 PREPARE INGREDIENTS...(read more in Baking Heaven Magazine)
Muddy Stilettos Award Mrs Bun the Baker Cookery School
WOW so fabulous that thanks to your votes and support, Mrs Bun the Baker has been awarded THE MUDDY STILETTOS BEST CHILDRENS BUSINESS across BUCKS and OXON. Mrs Bun the Baker, Angela Johnson will join a night of celebrations with the best businesses across Bucks and Oxon for The Muddy Stilettos 2021 awards.
Muddy Stilettos award celebrates the creativity, uniqueness of the best local businesses, votes and decisions made from 75,000 businesses nominated and 750,000 votes cast in 2021. A total of 27 business winners will celebrate the Muddy Stilettos awards in Oxford, to take place at the Ashmolean Museum. (Time to celebrate...Mrs Bun x)
The Bakery Business Arcticle - Mrs Bun the Baker Cookery School Features in Small Biz 100
Publication: The Bakery Business
Oxfordshire-based cookery school, Mrs Bun the Baker will enjoy a spell in the limelight as part of this year's Small Biz 100, a national campaign highlighting the UK's most inspiring small businesses.
Marking 100 days, building up to Small Business Saturday on 5th December, the Small Biz 100 provides a major profile boost to small businesses across the UK, much needed at this challenging time.
Showcasing a daily celebration of the Small Biz 100 through social media, the campaign aims to support and celebrate a vibrant range of small, community driven businesses across the UK.
Spooky Half Term with NF Warriors - Childhood Tumour Trust
Wow, what a spooky day we have had with our NF Warriors celebrating Halloween over Zoom! Some have been baking creepy Witches Fingers with Mrs Bun the Baker Cookery School and others have been partying away Halloween style
Cat's Pajamas - Businesses built on passion - Mrs Bun the Baker Cookery School
Publication: Cat's Pajamas
Angie Johnson is a fellow #SmallBiz100 2020 and you know we love to champion small businesses here at Cat's Pajamas. Mrs Bun the Baker is based in Oxfordshire, a place close to my heart as it's where I was born and grew up. Finding out more about Angie's passion has been inspiring - and made me a little bit hungry!
Business Innovation and Design - Mrs Bun the Baker Online
Publication: Business Innovation and Design
Oxfordshire-based cookery school, Mrs Bun the Baker is set to bask in the limelight as part of this year’s Small Biz 100, a national campaign highlighting the UK’s most inspiring small businesses.
Oxford Mail - Mentoring and support boost for Britain's small businesses
Publication: Oxford Mail
Britain's small businesses are being given a much-needed boost with a new package of support and mentoring. Mrs Bun The Baker is part of the SmallBiz 100, she started her business following a teaching career in secondary education and wanting to get younger children interested in food, ingredients and cooking.
The Telegraph article - Make it fun and easy – the 5 best recipes to get children into cooking during the lockdown
The coronavirus lockdown is the perfect time to teach children how to cook, and fun, messy recipes are the ideal place to start