Very popular and exotic. Flavoured with rose petals from Jane's garden.
Local plums, delicious and popular for toast, sponges, roulades and scones.
Local beetroot, very comforting. Excellent with cheese, ham and shepherd's pie.
Deliciously crunchy for milder English cheeses, Middle Eastern food, snacks and savouries.
Traditional varieties of local apples or English Bramleys. For any occasion.
Fresh horseradish, very tasty. Excellent with cheese, ham, smoked fish and beef.
Tasty British Raj-type chutney. Lots of fresh ginger and chillis. Local apples.
Own recipe, dark and rich. Traditional ingredients including rum, treacle, brown sugar and dried fruit.
Mild and crunchy. Local carrots, popular and very tasty. For cheese toasties and shepherd's pie.
Silver Dalemain 2010, 2014. Seville orange with chilli. For toast, sausage and bacon.
Silver Dalemain 2017. Beautiful to look at with a marvellous fruity taste.
Gold, Taste Cumbria 2013. Amazing balance between bitter and floral.
A medium-cut bitter orange marmalade infused with rosewater and made by award winning Wild and Fruitful, a Cumbria-based jam maker. You can have this MarmalAid on buttery toast, make cocktails with it or even roast a ham, and all with a delicious bitter orange rosewater infusion. All proceeds go to HandsUp Foundation.
Damson, plum, apple, red/whitecurrants, sultanas and spice. Delicious and very popular.
Grape, sweet pepper and apricot. Mild, attractively coloured for cold meats and cheese.
With cranberries and chestnuts. For cold meats, pâtés, pies and cheese.
Total Yum ! For Crème Chantilly, ham, cold turkey, game pie, pâtés and robust cheeses.
Serve with cheese or alone after-dinner. Lovely with cream and ice cream.
Your Bread & Butter Pickles are ABSOLUTELY delicious - bought recently at Sizergh Farm Shop.Liz Cooper
We just opened a jar of Cumbrian blackcurrant jam with rum that I bought earlier this year. It is absolutely delicious!Lydia Overton
Purchased some Pear & Walnut chutney to accompany our cheese and wine afternoon in Cartmel Unsworths yard. What a perfect match. Absolutely delicious. Hope I can order some online.Christie Barker-Melia
You will be hard pressed to find better and more interesting jams and preserves than from Jane and her team!Stephen Lynas: @bathwellschap
The Chef Show is part play – part cookery demonstration (including tasters!). It takes the audience behind the scenes on a busy Saturday night in a local curry house. It reflects on the many villages and market towns where there are ‘Indian’ restaurants with staff that rarely have any social contact with other members of the community apart from serving them food.Read More
The Sedbergh Artisan Markets are community-based events specialising in art and crafts and a wide variety of local and regional food, all offered for sale by the artisans themselves. They are held one Saturday a month during the warmer months on the Main Street of this picturesque Cumbrian town in the Yorkshire Dales. They serve both locals and visitors with a treasure trove of eclectic stalls and are friendly and fun family events. 2018 has been the markets’ sixth year and they are continuing to grow and develop. The aim is to make them ‘more than a market’ with children’s activities, music and other entertainment. https://www.sedbergh.org.uk/locations/artisan-market/Read More
This workshop covers seed sowing techniques using small, medium and large seeds. It is suitable for anyone who would like to improve their success rates and grow on their seeds at home. All materials, tea and coffee provided. Please wear suitable clothes and footwear and let us know of any relevant allergies. £15 per person. Please book places in advance.Read More
Learn basic willow weaving techniques and create a unique plant support to take home for your garden. Find out how we use and manage the local natural resources and learn a new skill which you can continue at home. All materials and equipment provided.Read More
The Marmalade Festival will be returning home to Dalemain on Saturday 16th March! The World’s Original Marmalade Festival will be returning on Saturday 16th March 2019, so put the date in your diaries and get ready to go orange! Join us at Dalemain for a weekend of marmalade celebrations with market stalls in the historic courtyard, cookery demonstrations, talks, entertainment and shows that will inspire you, your family and friends to take the nation’s marmalade to your heart. The Dalemain Festival is supported by Penrith Chamber of Trade and Commerce, who will be providing Classic Coaches to take visitors between Penrith and Dalemain, as well as organising lots of exciting orange windows & special offers in town.Read More
Featuring the BAFTA Award Winning historian and TV presenter recount anecdotes of memorable experiences from his very successful career as an historian and broadcaster. Otherwise known as 'The History Guy' Dan will also research and include historical facts and stories relating to Workington and will be aided by the use of digital screens.Read More
Hexham Farmers Market is a long established market in the heart of the historic town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our producers come from within a 50 mile range of the town and they are all passionate about what they do. They make the products themselves using a high percentage of locally produced ingredients, so the meat you buy at Hexham Farmers’ Market is reared by the producer and the vegetables are locally grown. You can expect a chutney to have been made with locally grown vegetables or fruit.Read More
This winter something special is coming to Lancaster. The historic garden of Dalton Square will be transformed into an Ice Rink as Lancaster on Ice comes to town. Enjoy 6 weeks of entertainment, skating, food, drink and much more under the watchful gaze of Queen Victoria. We hope you’ll join us.Read More
The Band and Drums of Cheshire Constabulary invite you to join them for a spectacular evening of brass band music. There will be a varied programme from traditional Christmas carols to well known toe tapping songs. A festive evening of music for all the family to enjoy. Tickets include tea/coffee and mince pies. £6 per person For group bookings, please contact us directly. firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Book now for fun filled festive delights with Elfie Doodles! Train to become one of Santa’s Elves with magic, music and merriment. Includes balloon reindeer wand workshop, candy cane, engraved medal and certificate for every child presented by Santa. £15.00 per child includes one free adult ticket. Additional adult ticket £5.00 Tickets include entry to museum. Different time slots available 10-11.30, 11.45-1.15, 1.45-3.15 or 3.30-5.00 Please book by calling 01928 569895 or online via eventbrite For group bookings, please contact us directly. email@example.comRead More
Get into the festive spirit with a fun round of Christmas carol singing with the Runcorn Community Choir in the atmospheric medieval undercroft at Norton Priory. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Call 01928 569 895 or buy online. £5 per person. For group bookings, please contact us directly. firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Learn the theory behind pruning your orchard trees with Katie Lowe from Heathfield Orchards, then have a go yourself, under Katie's expert supervision, in the grounds of Norton Priory. The course will provide participants with practical skills through hands-on experience and is open to anyone aged 16 or over. No prior knowledge of pruning is needed. £25 per person. Please book by calling 01928 569895 or online via eventbrite. For group bookings, please contact us directly. email@example.comRead More
While away a relaxing few hours creating stunning festive centrepieces for your table. You will learn how to design and create two festive decorations using the materials, resources and skills available at Norton Priory. Teas and coffees provided but not lunch. We have a lovely cafe available or you can bring your own picnic lunch. Please let us know about any relevant allergies. £25 per person. Please book by calling 01928 569895 or online via eventbrite. For group bookings, please contact us directly. firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Established in 2010 Taste Cumbria is the county’s biggest annual food & drink festival. The annual flagship festival in Cockermouth sees local shops, restaurants, chefs and foodies join forces for a weekend long culinary celebration. Since then Taste Cumbria has spread its wings to include a whole calendar of events throughout the year.Read More