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TEACHER and cake-maker Kay Ward has created her own jubilee tribute for Renishaw Hall’s new Royalty and Renishaw exhibition.

Her life-sized edible replica of the St Edward coronation crown took 70 hours to make. Husband Chris, who works at the hall, said: “I watched her make it all from scratch, even the sugar paste jewels. I’ll get a taste on October 1 when the exhibition closes.”

EUROPEAN café culture comes to Kelham Island on Tuesday with new cafe Eat@ The Nichols Building.

Sheffielder Darren Beadsley has taken over the café at the vintage, arts and crafts centre after previous occupant Jess Bower quit to travel Vietnam. Expect British food with Italian influences plus brunches, breakfasts, fresh cakes and pastries Tuesday-Sunday, 8am-5pm.

TROUBLED Fulwood Afro-Caribbean restaurant UK Mama’s transformation into Zanzibar with help from Channel 5’s Restaurant Inspector Fernando Peire is screened on Thursday at 9pm.

Nigerian Godson Ogwudire opened the Glossop Road eaterie 17 years ago but in 2010 was fined £1,000 by Sheffield magistrates after inspectors found poisonous bacteria in the mutton curry.

IT’S National Coeliac Awareness Week and Silversmiths is ensuring a gluten-free option for every dish on the menu and “stress-free dining” for gluten sufferers.