ASIDELINES: Cakes like your nana baked

Anna Williams of Hunkydory Cakes
Anna Williams of Hunkydory Cakes
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YOU’VE heard of vintage clothes shops, vintage record stores and vintage furniture depots.

Now here’s a vintage cake baker and tea party organiser.

Anna Williams, pictured, founder of Hunkydory Cakes, reckons she makes tasty treats like what your nana use to, and she’ll throw you a party complete with old fashioned china, Sheffield cutlery and bespoke decorations.

The week-old business, based in Blair Athol Road, Greystones, Sheffield, also hosts bun decorating workshops. Sweet.

Get a job...

WEAR a tie, get a haircut and pretend you’re interested in the job.

That’s your diarist’s advice to graduates preparing for job interviews.

For something a little more polished, however, a careers workshop offering interview, CV and presentation techniques is being held next month.

Takes place March 3 at The Circle, in Rockingham Lane, Sheffield, 9.30am. Tickets £35 from

Wanted: children

AFTER The Diary reported yesterday there was a shortage of men in Sheffield, it now seems there’s too few children too.

More are needed to play Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz by the High Green Amateur Operatic Society.

Details at