The Jenkins Bakery is celebrating National Cup Cake Week.
The event is organised by the British Baker magazine and website.
To mark the occasion, the Llanelli-based bakery has produced special cup cakes which will be on sale at all shops.
There’s a new outdoor seating area at the Jenkins Bakery Cross Hands branch.
The new area was unveiled this summer at the popular coffee shop and bakery.
Area manager Fiona Snook said the new seats would be a welcome addition to the branch.
Staff at Jenkins Bakery shops in Llanelli and the rest of South West Wales are dressing up and having fun to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Last year, the bakery staff helped raise a magnificent £3,200 for the charity.
This is the sixth year
The Jenkins Bakery is once again delighted to be supporting National Doughnut Week and The Children’s Trust Charity.
For every doughnut sold, the firm will be donating 5p to the Children’s Trust Charity.
In 2016, the Jenkins Bakery shops throughout South Wales raised more
The Jenkins Bakery has released details of its Easter range of products.
“There’s something for everyone to enjoy at Easter time,” said the Jenkins Bakery’s operations director Russell Jenkins.
“Our staff always enjoy producing new ideas for Easter and I’m sure our customers will enjoy
St David’s Day (Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant) is the feast day for Wales’s patron saint, so Llanelli’s biggest bakery is marking the occasion in style.
Jenkins the Bakers will be rolling out patriotic products to make March 1st a real feast.
“There will be a