World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is today pleased to announce that this month’s WDBS Open Disability Snooker Championship 2017 will be sponsored by The Snowdrop Cakery.
The Snowdrop Cakery is an exclusive cake design business specialising in high-end bespoke cakes, including wedding cakes and in sugar floristry. The business is run by Angela Baggaley in her home kitchen based in the village of Treeton on the outskirts of Rotherham and Sheffield. The Snowdrop Cakery serves the whole of South Yorkshire and beyond, having gained a strong reputation for the taste and attention to detail given to every cake.
The Open Disability Snooker Championship will be the fourth WDBS event of 2017 and will run from 22-24 September 2017 at the Golden Cue Snooker Club, Bilston. The main two-day competition will be open to players from classification groups 1-5 and supported by a Friday competition for Group 6 (learning disabilities) players. As at previous events, there will also be an open day held during Friday at which players with all disabilities are encouraged to attend and try snooker.
Angela Baggaley said: “The Snowdrop Cakery is delighted to be a part of the WDBS and hopes everyone involved, players and staff, have an amazing time!”
The Snowdrop Cakery was introduced to WDBS by Tony Hough-Allen (pictured above) and its sponsorship, together with backing provided by leading snooker coach Andrew Highfield and regular sponsors J&S Trading, means that we can already confirm that there will be an increased prize fund from March’s J&S Trading Manchester Classic.