Lynn Nolan, from Youlgreave, has made the cakes in a bid to preserve transport links in the community.
A Youlgreave resident's spent three months re-creating the village of Eyam out of cake in a bid to maintain decent transport links in the village.
Lynn Nolan took the project on earlier this year to raise funds for the 'Bakewell & Eyam Community Transport' firm;
"They need the funds, they're a really good charity. They're all volunteer drivers on the buses, so they need the cash to keep proving their services.
"They're committed to taking vulnerable residents out and about to things like hospital appointments and food shopping.
"Some of these people don't have any other way of getting out of their homes.
"The volunteer bus driver may be the only form of communication that person has in a week, so it's vital we try and keep this link going."
She's raised around two thousand pounds for them so far.
People can donate for the next six weeks.
On the 30th November, the cake village will be auctioned off at Eyam Parish Church.
All the fund raised will go to the Bakewell & Eyam Community Transport company.