British institution and national treasure Mary Berry is set to make a star appearance in Gerrards Cross.

The Penn based baker will be joining the team at the Gerrards Cross Bookshop, Packhorse Road, on Sunday (November 27).

Mary Berry, British food writer and television presenter. October 1982.

She will be signing copies of her new book, Family Sunday Lunches, and celebrating the 10th birthday of the shop, which is itself an institution.

In her new book Mary delves into one of the great British traditions - the Sunday lunch.

It seems to be all praise for Mary and her decision to stay with the BBC, but Paul Hollywood's decision is being met with a lot more hostility.

She brings together classic recipes and her own family favourites to create an all year round cookbook.

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Recipes suit informal meals and feasts for friends, and is jam packed with prepare-ahead tips and Aga cooking instructions.

The judge, who lives in Penn, has been with the show since it launched on BBC Two in 2010.

The shop advises that Mary will only be signing copies of books purchased from the Chorleywood and Gerrards Cross Bookshops on the day.

She will be there from 12.45pm to 1.45pm.