Jeremy Bamber’s vile Bake Off as murderer wants fans’ cakes to honour mum

Mass murderer Jeremy Bamber is licking his lips over cake recipes sent to his web page in a sick copy of the Great British Bake Off.

His army of deluded female fans are ­whipping up treats in a twisted take on the warm-hearted hit TV show.

Bamber, 59, serving life for slaughtering his family, cannot eat the cakes but has passed on his favourite recipes, including one by his mum June, who he shot dead.

Other recipes uploaded from the killer include a golden syrup cake, black forest ­gateau, apple charlotte and a fruit cake.

The 1985 murders are at the centre of ITV’s six-part drama White House Farm, starring Freddie Fox as the killer.

A vociferous band of campaigners, who run the murderer’s web page and Instagram account, revealed photos of the cakes are printed off and posted to the killer at top security HMP Wakefield, West Yorks.

His web page says: “Remember the Bake-off is about acknowledging Jeremy as a victim of crime and honouring his mother’s memory.

“This enables supporters to connect with Jeremy in a way that is personal. Jeremy has suffered a tragedy and a 30 year injustice and this needs to be acknowledged.


“Jeremy has spoken previously about his mum’s love of baking and now it’s your turn. It’s time to get creative in the kitchen as Jeremy shares some of his favourite ­childhood ­recipes with us.

“You should follow Jeremy’s method as closely as you can, although you can be as original and creative with the decoration of the cakes as you like.

“Forward pictures of your masterpieces for them to appear on Jeremy’s Instagram page. Have fun and be imaginative. Good Luck!”

Several images have been uploaded to his Instagram pages including a chocolate cake from a well-wisher in Leeds and a fruit creation from someone in Cheshire.

Supporters are also urged to write to the killer and send him stationery supplies, reading material and stamps.

His web page adds: “You can send ­photographs, drawings, paintings, cards, print outs from the internet or extracts from books, magazines or news articles, writing pads and envelopes but no other stationery including writing pads bound with wire.

“Do not send cards with organic or other material on them, glitter, sticky pads or concealed sections. Cards with ­glitter are banned for security reasons.”

Bamber, serving a whole life ­sentence for the murders, has maintained his innocence since being locked up for the horrific slaughter in 1986.

He was convicted of shooting dead his parents Nevill and June, his sister Sheila, 28, and her six-year-old twins Daniel and Nicholas at the family’s farmhouse in Tolleshunt D’Arcy, Essex.

The prosecution convinced the jury that, after ­committing the murders to secure a large ­inheritance, Bamber put the gun into the lifeless hands of Sheila, who had been ­diagnosed with ­schizophrenia, to make the scene appear to be a murder-suicide.

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