Video Delia Smith has teamed up with NCFC Community Partner Aviva to bake a limited-edition �Rainbow Laces Cake, released in support of LGBT+ inclusivity within football. (Photo by Chris Ridley/Aviva) Chris Ridley/Aviva Iconic TV cook and Norwich City Football Club joint-majority shareholder Delia Smith has teamed up with the club’s community partner Aviva to bake a limited-edition rainbow laces cake released in support of LGBT+ inclusivity within football. The cake recipe, which features seven individual rainbow coloured layers of sponge, has been commissioned by Aviva to mark the start of Stonewall’s 2018 Rainbow Laces campaign, which will see the sporting world come out in support of the LGBT+ community across all aspects of the game. Baked for the first time, the special-edition twist on one of Delia’s classic sponge cakes is assembled using seven rainbow coloured layers, separated by a buttercream filling and covered with white buttercream icing. Aviva is once again joining forces with the Canaries to back the Stonewall charity’s annual campaign, with players, staff, fans and even board directors all getting the chance to show support for the LGBT+ community in sport by wearing the special rainbow laces.Slices of rainbow laces cake will be handed out to… Read full this story
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