College festival reveals some creative cookery talents

Aysegul Frame and her husband John Frame with their veggie cake. Picture: OX65356 Damian Halliwell

Aysegul Frame and her husband John Frame with their veggie cake. Picture: OX65356 Damian Halliwell Buy this photo

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THE Turl Street Arts Festival is now in full flow and a city college played host to the tastiest event yet at the weekend.

Lasting 11 days, the annual event is held in February to celebrate the creative talents of the three Turl Street colleges, Jesus, Exeter and Lincoln.

But rather than conventional art, Sunday saw a celebration of the art of baking.

Jesus College played host to a bake-off and among the competitors were Aysegul Frame and her husband John who put forward their veggie cake, while freshers Sabhbh Curran and Beth Jones decorated some biscuits.

The arts festival runs until Sunday with plenty of activities taking place across the city for everyone to enjoy.

Things are rounded off in style on Sunday evening with Evensong at Exeter College chapel from 6-7pm which is free to attend.

See tsaf.co.uk for more information.

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