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Sarah, owner of Sweet Bella's bakery in Corstorphine, Edinburgh.  Britain's smallest bakery has opened - narrower than a baguette. Small business Sweet Bella sells a range of cupcakes, tray bakes and cookies - all from a shop barely bigger than a cupboard PHOTO BY KATIELEE ARROWSMITH/SWNS 

Britain’s smallest bakery has opened – narrower than a baguette.

Small business Sweet Bella sells a range of cupcakes, tray bakes and cookies – all from a shop barely bigger than a cupboard.

Located in Corstorphine in Edinburgh, Scotland, the bakery is just 55cm (1.8 feet) (21.7 inches) at its narrowest at the back – about 10cm (0.33 foot) (3.9 inches) less than an average baguette.

It was opened in August this year by owner Sarah Bald, 25 – and is getting impressive shares on TikTok.

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Sarah, an avid baker, had always admired the space – which was once a tiny post office. It finally came on the market earlier this year.

Sarah, owner of Sweet Bella’s in Corstorphine, Edinburgh. Located in Corstorphine in Edinburgh, Scotland, the bakery is just 55cm (1.8 feet) (21.7 inches) at its narrowest at the back – about 10cm (0.33 foot) (3.9 inches) less than an average baguette. PHOTO BY KATIELEE ARROWSMITH/SWNS 

She jumped at the chance to set up her dream bakery and began the preparations immediately.

Enlisting her mother and a local joiner, the three set about to transform the tiny space into a functional and friendly bakery.

The trio was able to add shelving and a desk to allow Sarah to make the most of the small space.

After opening, a popular Scottish food blogger made a TikTok video highlighting the shop – and it amassed over 62,000 views.

Sarah said: “I’d been admiring the space for a year or so – my mom and I would always talk about buying it if it were ever available.

”When it came about, I couldn’t believe it. It was absolutely perfect for what I wanted to do.

“I’d been doing all my baking from home and selling them at markets throughout the year, but this space was absolutely perfect.

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Sarah, owner of Sweet Bella’s in Corstorphine, Edinburgh. Located in Corstorphine in Edinburgh, Scotland, the bakery is just 55cm (1.8 feet) (21.7 inches) at its narrowest at the back – about 10cm (0.33 foot) (3.9 inches) less than an average baguette. PHOTO BY KATIELEE ARROWSMITH/SWNS 

“It was difficult to get the space set up – we met with a joiner and tried to optimize the space as much as possible.

”We painted the shelves and put up acrylic sheets, and the joiner put in a desk that lifts up and down, so I can actually leave the shop!”

“The community has been so lovely. People have been visiting the shop and telling me how lovely it is.

”Everyone’s been so supportive, it’s been amazing.”

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