Are you one of the people enjoying the Peak District's famous Bakewell Pudding in our retro gallery?

You can’t come to the Peak District and not have any Bakewell Pudding it’s like the law.

Monday, 7th December 2020, 3:00 pm
Who can you spot in these perfect pudding pictures?
Who can you spot in these perfect pudding pictures?

So we have pulled together so great pictures going back to 1998 of the bakers and those sampling the tasty treat.

Who can you recognise?

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Gill Salmon manager of the Bakewell Pudding shop puts the finishing touches to her display at Bakewell Show in 1998

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Pat Coffey (right) enjoyed a traditional Bakewell pudding with Tony Gould, Managing Director of Gold. The local dessert is just one of the many delicious refreshments available at the Peak Village Outlet Shopping and Leisure Centre back in 1999

Thank you

Nancy Fielder, editor

Lord Hattersley with an effigy of alleged Bakewell Pudding originator Mrs Greaves. Pictured tucking into a Bakewell pudding at the opening of a new exhibition in the town in 2000
Baker Paul Ranger with a tray of Bakewell Puddings at the Old Original Bakewell Pudding shop in 2002
Gill Salmon with the secret ingredient and the original recipe book at the Old Origional Bakewell Pudding shop in 2002
Crowds flocked to the Old Origional Bakewell Pudding shop in 2002
Marion Wright with Bakewell puddings at Bloomers Origional Bakewell Pudding shop in 2002
Nick Beagrie, new boss of Old Bakewell Pudding Shopping with bank manager lee Bloodworth in 2006
Tom Thake (35), of Hallamshire Harriers, led the 2007 Great Bakewell Pudding Race.
Head Baker Gary Fox with a boxed Bakewell Pudding, a traditional Peak District delicacy with a worldwide reputation in 2008
Capt Pam Sheldon and Sgt Steve Sinclair with a Bakewell pudding in 2008
Rutland Hotel Head Chef Jason Horton and Jemma Pheasey, Business Manager from The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop in 2009
Two friends tucking into a slice of Bakewell Pudding in 2010
Giant Bakewell Pudding at Jacksons the Bakers. England Rugby Star Matt Dawson(right) and baker Trevor Jackson removed the pudding from the oven in 2010
Members of the Hudson family, the relatives of Ann Greaves, the orginator of the Bakewell Pudding, attend the reunion part at the Rutland Arms Hotel in Bakewell in 2011
Tony Gray, Cllr Andrew Lewer, John Robinson and Keith Johnston enjoy the Conservative Policy Forum's Political Supper at the Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop in 2012
Helen Hartley of The Bakewell Pudding Parlour and Showground Manager Janet Bailey prepare to cut a giant Bakewell Tart at the first Bakewell Festival of Food in 2012
Scott Wright of Bloomers Original Bakewell Puddings with a selection of his exotic breads at the first Bakewell Festival of Food in 2012
The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop assistant Diane Fox with one of the famous Bakewell puddings in 2012