Saturday, 8 March 2014

The end of an era

Today feels quite historic and a little poignant for after nearly 40 years of delivering lovingly baked unpretentious bread to us, local baker Maskell's are closing.

From their comforting white tin loaf, to their rye with caraway seeds, there is a lot of affection for Maskell's, and those who love it, really love it.

The Bakery opened originally on Mitcham's Corner and baked their first loaf in 1936. Their reliable bread has been a source of nostalgia for many who have grown up in Cambridge and for those who have left.

Arjuna wish all at Maskell's well.  

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