A WEE COUNTY cake maker worked her magic to come up with a fantastic creation to celebrate 70 years of the NHS.

Jenni Bone, of Thistle Do Icely, partnered up with her friend Karen Oudnie, of Karen's Crafted Cakes, to produce a sweet treat for the Glasgow Children's Hospital.

Together, they designed an eye-catching centrepiece, which could feed 250-300, for a party to mark the very special milestone.

Jenni, of Clackmannan, said she was "delighted and excited" to have been hired to create the cake, which was unveiled last week.

They previously teamed up for a project in 2016, when they volunteered to make a showstopper for the Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity's first birthday.

And they came up with a massive edible version of the building that took 174 eggs to make, measured in at 48 inches long, 12 wide and eight in height.

This time around they were commissioned to create a simple square or rectangular cake with a logo on it and were given a little creative license to add a few extras.

Jenni said: “I absolutely loved it – I was really honoured to be asked again.

“The NHS is a great thing so it’s nice just to be able to do something to show appreciation."

Between them they made a vanilla sponge with raspberry jam, topped with detailed decorations which included figurines of health care professionals.

It was enjoyed by guests during the celebration at the hospital last week, which was attended by First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon.

Celebrations to mark the NHS' 70-year milestone have been popping up all across the country, with Asda Alloa hosting a special birthday bash at the health centre in Sauchie.

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