BSG Member Services

As well as the many activities we have coming up, we offer a range of exclusive services for members.

Members’ Magazine

The quarterly Sugarcraft magazine is mailed exclusively to British Sugarcraft Guild members.

“Sugarcraft News” includes skills files, hints and tips, a diary of forthcoming events, regional and branch reports on sugarcraft activities and important food safety updates, as well as members’ letters and many photographs.

We welcome members’ contributions for publication in the magazine by post to the BSG National Office or by email to: editor@bsguk.org

Current members may purchase additional and back copies of Sugarcraft News in the BSG Online Store

Sugarcraft Insurance

The Guild offers UK resident members the opportunity to purchase public and products liability insurance cover at a discounted preferential rate.

Available under various cover options; for members pursuing sugarcraft part-time or as a hobby – with an annual turnover of less than £8500 – including members selling their cakes via recommendation, advertising and at craft and wedding fairs.

The policy is available to purchase in the BSG Online Store or through your local BSG branch.

Learn more about the policy and cover options

Demonstrator Training

Demonstrations are an important part of BSG activities and provide entertainment and instruction at Branch meetings.

The Demonstrator Training Scheme is for UK resident British Sugarcraft Guild adult members and helps those interested to learn the demonstration skills required to qualify as a BSG Accredited Demonstrator.

Before joining the scheme good sugarcraft skills are essential, followed closely by an interest in the developing of demonstration expertise and confidence to a professional level.

Our aim is to provide high quality and skilled demonstrations for presentation to Branches at their meetings and at exhibitions, etc. Trainees wishing to become BSG Accredited Demonstrators are supported throughout their training period by Demonstrator Training Team members who actively teach, support and guide them.

Find our next demonstrator training seminar >>>

Judges

The BSG has a panel of industry-respected judges, and our judging system has been perfected over many years. BSG judges are very sought after by other organisations for officiating at their competitions.

Our judges are trained from within the membership and are talented members who have won a number of awards in BSG competitions.

Edition 3 of the ‘Competitor Guidelines’ booklet is available to purchase in the BSG Online Store.

Members with Editions 1 & 2 of the booklet may update their copy by downloading the amendments sheet.

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BSG Member Services

As well as the many activities we have coming up, we offer a range of exclusive services for members.

Members’ Magazine

The quarterly Sugarcraft magazine is mailed exclusively to British Sugarcraft Guild members.

“Sugarcraft News” includes skills files, hints and tips, a diary of forthcoming events, regional and branch reports on sugarcraft activities and important food safety updates, as well as members’ letters and many photographs.

We welcome members’ contributions for publication in the magazine by post to the BSG National Office or by email to: editor@bsguk.org

Sugarcraft Insurance

The Guild offers UK resident members the opportunity to purchase public and products liability insurance cover at a discounted preferential rate.

Available under various cover options; for members pursuing sugarcraft part-time or as a hobby – with an annual turnover of less than £8500 – including members selling their cakes via recommendation, advertising and at craft and wedding fairs.

The policy is available to purchase in the BSG Online Store or through your local BSG branch

Learn more about the policy and cover options

Demonstrator Training

Demonstrations are an important part of BSG activities and provide entertainment and instruction at Branch meetings.

The Demonstrator Training Scheme is for UK resident British Sugarcraft Guild adult members and helps those interested to learn the demonstration skills required to qualify as a BSG Accredited Demonstrator.

Before joining the scheme good sugarcraft skills are essential, followed closely by an interest in the developing of demonstration expertise and confidence to a professional level.

Our aim is to provide high quality and skilled demonstrations for presentation to Branches at their meetings and at exhibitions, etc. Trainees wishing to become BSG Accredited Demonstrators are supported throughout their training period by Demonstrator Training Team members who actively teach, support and guide them.

Find our next demonstrator training seminar >>>

Judges

The BSG has a panel of industry-respected judges, and our judging system has been perfected over many years. BSG judges are very sought after by other organisations for officiating at their competitions.

Our judges are trained from within the membership and are talented members who have won a number of awards in BSG competitions.

Edition 3 of the ‘Competitor Guidelines’ booklet is available to purchase in the BSG Online Store.

Members with Editions 1 & 2 of the booklet may update their copy by downloading the amendments sheet.