Class 1 - Terry Miller
Class 2 - Sarah Shillibier
Class 3 - Joan Beautement
Class 4 - Joint win between Sarah Shillibier & Jenny Burrows
Class 5 - Joint win between Kevin Beautement & Susan Davies
Class 6 - Pauline MacBrayne
Class 7 - Sheila McKeand
Class 8 - Joan Beautement
Class 9 - Kathy Mirfin
Class 10 - Sarah Shillibier
Class 11 - Doreen Hogston
Class 12 - Rachael Norwood
Ingredients: bar of chocolate, tin of rice pudding, bag of toffees, half a packet of ginger biscuits and some fresh raspberries.
Method: Crush the ginger biscuits, add 50 gr of melted butter and mix until combined. Press into the bottom of a 20cm round loose-bottomed cake tin and leave in the fridge until set. Melt half of the chocolate in a bowl over gently simmering water and mix into the rice pudding; stir in the raspberries. Add to the ginger biscuit base. Melt the toffees in a bowl over gently simmering water, then drizzle over the top of the rice mixture, together with the rest of the chocolate, grated. Leave in the fridge to cool.
Class 13- Monika Mandhana
Class 14 - Doreen Hogston
Class 15 - Jenny Burrows
Class 16 - Sarah Shillibier
Class 17 - Doreen Hogston
Class 18 - Sarah Shillibier
Class 19 - Doreen Hogston
Class 20 - Rachael Burrows
Class 21 - Jenny Burrows
Class 22 - Sheila McKeand
How many miles does it take to test your eyes
For an English master overlord?
We’ll tell you now of some that you know and the rest
Will just be pardoned
Onward up the motorway, even tho the rules say nay
Barnard Castle was just on the way
No need to apologise, just our fault for taking lies
From the English master overlord.