The Junior Bake Off has arrived back on our screens recently, bringing us some truly heartwarming TV.
Every episode of the feel-good series, hosted by Liam Charles, Ravneet Gill and Harry Hill, has been like a virtual hug, introducing us to some inspiring young bakers.
We’ve had tears and triumphs so far, with plenty more to come as the series continues.
The show introduced us to 16 contestants at the start, with one hoping to be crowned champion. So far, they’ve put their skills to the test by making cakes, biscuits, bread, desserts, and pastry.
We’ve also seen all the bakers band together to help finish a last-minute creation, and comfort an eliminated contestant in touching scenes.
But how can young fans get involved in future series, and how old do they have to be? Here’s everything you need to know.
Who can apply to be on Junior Bake Off?
The good news is, anyone can apply for the show if they’re the right age.
The show is looking for anyone aged 9-15 years old who is ‘bonkers about bread or has a passion for pastry’.
A message on the Bake Off site reads: ‘We’re looking for talented home bakers to impress our judges. So if you or someone you know is ready to dough battle, then why not apply now!’
Prospective contestants Young fans will need to be aged nine or over on June 21 this year but no older than 16 on September 30.
How do you apply to be on Junior Bake Off?
People looking to take part in the next series of Junior Bake Off can apply online here. Children will need their parent or guardian to review their application.
If they can’t apply online, people can email email@example.com or call 0207 067 4833 to get an application form posted out to them.
Prospective contestants have until the deadline on Sunday March 28 to apply.
Junior Bake Off airs weekdays on Channel 4.
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