UK: MP Robbie Moore appreciates his local Constituent Bec and Team for their new startup


Three Little Birds Bakery

United Kingdom: Robbie Moore, British Conservative Party Politician and Member of Parliament for Keighley in the United Kingdom expressed his pleasure and introduced his local constituents Bec and her team. Bec and her team, Beth, Debie and Jenny, opened Three Little Birds Bakery on Cavendish Street in Keighley.

The Member of Parliament for Keighley, Robbie Moore, took to his official social media handle recently to introduce and promote their local constituent Bec and her team. Bec and her team, Beth, Debbie and Jenny, recently opened their Three Little Birds Bakery. He shared that the Three Little Birds Bakery is one of the most beautiful shops on Cavendish Street in Keighley.


After his visit, MP Robbie also shared glimpses from the Little Birds Bakery, with a lavish interior and beautiful cake decor. He shared that the Little Birds Bakery also make specialised cakes for birthdays, weddings and other special occasions, covering not only the Yorkshire area but also delivering to Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cumbria and other areas in the North West.

MP Robbie Moore visits Three Little Birds Bakery

Further, MP Robbie, while expressing his pleasure and sharing his experience from his visit to the Three Little Birds Bakery, shared, “It is always brilliant when new shops open and having had a chat with Rebecca and bought some of her delicious cakes – I can see that she is going to make a huge success of it.”

Three Little Birds Bakery

“Please visit their website to find out more about their delicious offering!,” he stated.

At last, MP Robbie, on highlighting and supporting the hard work of his local constituents, shared that the Keighley constituency is going places with some great small independent local businesses. He also urged all the people to explore, support, and keep shopping locally.


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