Talented Westgate cake-maker Nicola Bradshaw has made one of her amazing creations to help celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Screamland scare mazes at Dreamland.
The 2ft cake in the shape of a terrifying Screamland clown was made using 7 kilos of fondant, 1 kilo modelling chocolate, and more than 10 kilos of cake.
It took a week to build, and two days to ice, hand paint and air brush.
Nicola, who runs Little Brown Fairy Cakes, was commissioned to produce the replica of Screamland’s famous horror clown Punchinello riding a Dreamland dodgem – all made out of chocolate cake.
The cake was unveiled yesterday (October 1) with Kent-based singer and Screamland fan Jack Rose getting the first peek (and taste) of the cake and a special behind the scenes look at the Screamland sets.
Dreamland CEO Eddie Kemsley said: “Screamland is all about delivering the biggest chills and the biggest wow factor – this cake absolutely took our breath away, it was the perfect Screamland tribute. A few staff members were too scared to get close to it, until we started serving up the cake itself!
“We promise plenty more creepy surprises and culinary delights during Screamland and Café Terror this October. See you there – if you dare.”
Nicola previously hit the limelight for amazing cake creations made at her Westgate bungalow – including a 6ft BFG (Big Friendly Giant) which went on show the prestigious Cake International show in November 2018
The former Thanet College interior design student began her business, Little Brown Fairy Cake, some seven years ago after being prompted to find a use for her mum’s baking equipment..
This year, Screamland will feature with new faces, new maze locations and new terrors – including a new collaboration with Hammer Film – for six nights between from 18th October to 2nd November.
Advance tickets cost from £25 plus booking fee, and include all rides and mazes on the night with fast track options and group discounts available. ‘Ride Only’ tickets will also be available for Screamland for who want to enjoy unlimited rides on the night but don’t fancy their chances inside the scare mazes.
Dreamland will also be open during the October Half Term with its family friendly Get Spooked daytime activities and entertainment suitable for all ages (and bravery levels).
Screamland nights (6pm to 11pm)
Friday 18th October
Saturday 19th October
Friday 25th October
Saturday 26th October
Thursday 31st October
Friday 1st November
Scare mazes are 12A rated and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Book at www.dreamland.co.uk/screamland.
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Lovely cake but what a shame that you see all clowns as scary ,I belong to clowns international and this sort of thing is not doing their ‘ working clowns ‘ any good at all !! Clowns ARE NOT SCARY they are lovely caring people who would do anything for you if you asked them , my uncle Smokey the clown still holds the kindness to children cup in Ramsgate