Cake map of East Lindsey on Skegness seafront

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Media captionEast Lindsey made out of cake at Skegness Cake Fest

Creators of a giant edible map in Skegness will literally be able to have their cake and eat it later.

The baked portrayal of East Lindsey is on show in the seafront's Compass Gardens.

Skegness Cake Fest was organised in a bid to create "a 100 sqm fully-edible map of the area".

Community groups and individuals were invited to create a baked version of their favourite landmark, building or place in the county out of cake.

Image caption People and community groups were invited to create their favourite landmark, building or place in the county, out of cake
Image caption The Skegness Pier cake was crowned best cake on the map
Image caption The RAF East Kirby cake featured a lot of detail, right down to a poppy wreath

Organisers SO Festival said: "We are so excited to present Cake Fest, a giant edible map of East Lindsey.

"One more thing, in case you were wondering - yes, when the map has been completed and suitably admired by the crowds, we'll eat the lot."

Similar Cake Fests have been held in Edinburgh and Stirling in Scotland.

Image caption The Jolly Fisherman - with biscuits for the beach
Image caption Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary cake
Image caption BBC Radio Lincolnshire presenters even made it on to the Skegness cake map!
Image caption The edible Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre will be eaten later
Image caption The aim is to create a 100 sq m map of East Lindsey from cake
Image caption St Mary's Church in Horncastle is one of the East Lindsey landmarks on show
Image caption Cadwell Park motor racing circuit was one of the cakes created for the edible map

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