Bourne Artisan Butchery & Bakery and The Gates Farm Shop

August has been an extra busy month, here at the Bakery with two new venues opening with our breads, cakes and savouries; first we had the highly anticipated Gates Nursery Farm Shop that opened on 23rd August with an extensive selection of our products.

Then last weekend saw the old Burtons of Bourne opening as the new Artisan Butchery & Bakery in collaboration with Grasmere Butchers.

 
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2020 Countryside Alliance Awards

2020 Countryside Alliance Awards

2020 Countryside Alliance Awards are Open for Nominations from 9th September to 8th December 2019

The Countryside Alliance Awards, the ‘Rural Oscars’, the gold standard rural business awards are back and open to nominations. They reward the very best of our produce, enterprise, heritage and communities. Nominated by the public, the Awards recognise and honour those who excel and go the extra mile for their community.

As a Local Food producer, we would love you to tell the Countryside Alliance all about us!

https://www.countryside-alliance.org/caawards

 
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Something New to try…..

Leigh’s Bees Natural Honey

Leigh’s Bees Natural Honey

We are happy to have Leigh’s Bees Natural Honey in all our Shops; if you haven’t already tasted this delicious honey, pop in to sample our four different flavours……….

You will find every jar of Leigh’s Bees honey just as the bees created it. The honey is unprocessed, apart from coarse straining to remove impurities and, where necessary, gentle warming to allow bottling.

Carefully placed apiaries enable Leigh’s Bees to forage a specific range of nectar depending on the time of year and location. That may be sea lavender from the saltmarshes of the North Norfolk coast, swathes of summer flowering blue borage flowers, the Derbyshire heather moors or the ivy-clad hedgerows and woodland of their ‘winter base’ at Narford. Knowing the origin of each and every jar of honey, all of which are unblended means the honeys retain their own unique tastes.

 
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