Hill's Bakery in Hale celebrate their 100th anniversary
PUBLISHED: 13:04 10 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:02 20 February 2013
Hill's of Ashley Road, Hale, near Altrincham, are this year celebrating their 100th anniversary.
A lavish afternoon tea party is being planned by the owners of one of Cheshires oldest high street bakers to celebrate a landmark in their history.
Hills of Ashley Road, Hale, near Altrincham, are this year celebrating their 100th anniversary.
Several hundred guests - including some celebrities - will join the very English party at The Assembly Rooms on Cecil Road, Hale, on Sunday October 14. The Mayor of Trafford, Councillor Mrs Patricia Young, and her consort, Councillor Michael Young, will be among the VIP guests.
There should be no doubt that the bread and cakes served at the afternoon tea will be of the finest quality. Hills is renowned as a high class traditional bakery that attracts queues of customers because its range of wholesome pastries and snacks are in high demand.
The company was established in 1912 by Janet Hills great-grandmother following the death of her husband who ran a biscuit and cake company in Ashton-under-Lyne.
Words BY JENNY LEIGH