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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Join in the Chinese New Year fun. Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the most important celebration in China. The festival signal's the beginning of spring and the start of a new year, according to the Chinese lunar calendar.  Each year an animal represents the new year. This is taken from a long time ago, the Jade Emperor decided that there should be a way to measure time. so he told the animals to complete a race. The first 12 animals would be rewarded by having a year names after them. 2022 is the year of...

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Burns Night - Tuesday 25th January

Burns Night - Tuesday 25th January

A celebration of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Haggis takes centre stage, usually served on a silver platter whilst bagpipes are playing. Indulge on all the traditional Burns night essentials, including MacSween Haggis, tasty Oatcakes, Neeps & Tatties and Yorkshire whisky to wash it all down with.  Plus plenty of delicious Scottish cheeses: St Andrews - Delicate pale crumbly cheese, with a mild yet complex touch of citrus on the finish with notes of mushroom. Isle of Mull Cheddar - Hearty and richly savoury. Isle of Aran whisky wax truckle - A superb combination of Scottish cheddar cheese and Aran...

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Have You Heard of Tryanuary ?

Have You Heard of Tryanuary ?

What is Tryanuary? It's the opposite if Dry January. Tryanuary is a campaign that supports brewers during the tough month of January. We are proud to stock plenty of local British breweries including: Acorn Brewery - Barnsley  Dark Horse Brewery - Hetton Skipton  Hambleton Brewery - Ripon  Woldtop Brewery - Hunmanby, Driffield  Little Valley Brewery - Hebden Bridge   Magic Rock Brewing - Huddersfield  Vocation Brewery - Hebden Bridge  North Brewing Co -  Leeds  Timothy Taylors - Keighley Bingley Brewery - Wilsden Yorkshire Heart  - York  Saltaire Brewery - Shipley Black Sheep Brewery - Ripon  Bradfield Brewery - Sheffield  Ilkley Brewery...

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Seville Marmalade Oranges are back!

Seville Marmalade Oranges are back!

These bitter oranges from Seville turn into the sweetest and most vibrant marmalade. Get creating your very own delicious marmalade with our squeezy recipe:

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