HAVING served up their signature home-made delights for more than 30 years at market, a pair of sisters have opened their very own café in Teignmouth.

With a well-established presence in Newton Abbot’s indoor market, sisters Sharon Carpenter and Debbie Vallance, whose Home Bake stall has been a welcome sight on Fridays and Saturdays for decades, have decided to bring their much-loved sweet treats to Teignmouth.

And with that, as of last Saturday, number 13 Regent Street is now the location of The Home Bake Café, which Sharon, Debbie, and friend Jayne will run, as well as the stall in Newton Abbot.

‘We just thought we should try and see if we can run a café’ Sharon said.

‘We wanted to branch out and spread the joy to Teignmouth’ Deb added.

‘The café will focus mainly on home made cakes, but we will be serving sandwiches, cream teas, coffee and so on too’ Sharon said.

The Home Bake Cafe was officially opened by Teignmouth mayor, Cllr Joan Atkins
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The café, which can be found at 13 Regent Street, was officially opened by Teignmouth mayor, Cllr Joan Atkins.

‘I wish Sharon, Deb and Jayne the very, very best of luck with the café’ Cllr Atkins said.

‘At a time when our highstreets are in all sorts of turmoil, it is a courageous thing to open a new business.

‘I am thrilled to see Home Bake in Teignmouth’ she added.