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Georgies Bake House

29 Eastdown Avenue
Weymouth
Dorset
DT3 6QN
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Georgies Bake House was born from a love of food and most of all a love of cooking with the seasons, natural locally sourced ingredients are used in my recipes whenever possible to give the best quality I can offer with a wide range of produce from speciality breads and cakes to the more indulgent handmade sweets and pastries.
After taking some time out to travel I decided to take the plunge and put my culinary skills to good use, to share my cultural recipes by making baked goods for people to enjoy. I hope to see you at Sturminster Newton Produce Market, my colourful stand and I look forward to meeting you.

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