You can’t beat Ban­jos for buns

The Gazette (Derwent Valley) - - EASTER IN THE VALLEY -

WHEN­EVER Easter rolls around there re­ally is no other place to think of ex­cept Ban­jos Bak­ery.

The pop­u­lar bak­ery in High Street is your one stop shop for de­li­cious baked goods and of course the ever pop­u­lar hot cross bun.

Buns are made fresh in store each day by lo­cal bak­ers for the bar­gain price of $4.95 for a pack of six tra­di­tional fruit buns.

Al­ways de­li­cious ei­ther hot or cold, they are the per­fect treat to have this week­end.

Those who en­joy a bit more spice and fruit can pick up a six pack of the gourmet buns for $6.95 which have added fruit, spice and mixed peel.

Ban­jos also have avail­able choco­late buns for $6.95 in a six pack as well as a 12-pack of mini-choco­late, or a 12-pack of tra­di­tional bun­nies both for $6.95.

Lo­cal fran­chisee Rob­bie Iles is pas­sion­ate about the lo­cal com­mu­nity and en­sures the busi­ness al­ways puts back into the Der­went Val­ley with spon­sor­ships of sev­eral sport­ing teams and com­mu­nity groups.

Ban­jos will be closed on Good Fri­day be­fore re­sum­ing nor­mal open­ing hours (5am to 6pm) on Easter Satur­day.

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