Full details of the 2022 Ledbury Big Soup now available  

Join us for Ledbury’s Celebration of Soup over the weekend of Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th November.

Sixteen local food venues in and around Ledbury are taking part on one or more days in this event organised by Ledbury Food Group to celebrate soup.

The event takes place at cafes, pubs, hotels, butchers and food shops in and around Ledbury.

There is lots of choice showing the ingenuity of our local food venues – check through the listing below for something to sample, savour and enjoy, whether you eat in, take away or take home. 

Our independent food shops have a wide range of local produce to take home to make your own special soup.

We celebrate the recently launched Herefordshire Food Charter which encourages us to eat good, locally produced food like soup as part of a sustainable diet.

Please remember too our local Ledbury Food Bank which is supporting local people in crisis in our community.  Find out how you can help at https://ledburyfoodbank.org/index.html#help

On Sunday the Ledbury Christmas lights event will be on all afternoon with a food and craft market, musical entertainment and Father Christmas.  The lights will be switched on at 5pm.  Check below for cafes serving their special soups on Sunday.

See below for full details of what soup specials are available, where and when –venues will also offer their normal menu.  A number offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

The full listing of soup offerings – what, where and when?

Based on information provided by the participants

Ceci Paolo, 21 High Street

9.0-1730 SAT                   

Phone 01531 632976                  Take-aways – Call & Collect (Soup)

We will be serving a hot soup to our special recipe today.

Look around our store for ingredients for your own soup.  Peter Cooks Bread

Vegetarian

Corner House Cafe, 1 The Southend

10.00-16.00, SAT & SUN            

Phone 01531 635752                  Take-aways – Call & Collect

  • Vegetable Broth served with a Sub roll
  • Five bean, chunky vegetable and chorizo soup plus savoury cheese scone or a panini

Say you have come for the Big Soup and get 10% off your soup

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

The Feathers Hotel, 25 High Street

12.00-21.00 SAT & SUN             

Phone: 01531 635266      

  • Smoked ham, red lentil and autumn vegetable soup
  • Hereford Hop cheese and Ledbury Ale soup
  • Roasted parsnip and local pear soup with parsnip chips

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Handley Organics and Organic Cafe, 5 High Street

All day SAT            

Phone: 01531 631136                           Take-aways – Call & Collect

  • Lots of local produce and ingredients to make a tasty soup
  • We hope to be serving hot organic soup as well – check with us

Organic, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Janey’s, 15 The Homend

10.30 – 3.30 SAT & 13.00 – 16.00 SUN

Phone: 01531 248008                 Take-aways Call & Collect

  • Broccoli and Stilton soup with Fresh Crusty roll or Bread and freshly made Croutons.

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

MA & TA Jenkins, 29 The Homend

7.30 – 16.00 SAT

Phone: 01531 632537

  • Visit Ledbury’s Fruit and Veg shop for soup ingredients
  • We will have potatoes, swede, parsnips, carrots, onions, celery, leeks, squash, celeriac, courgettes, beetroot, shallots, fruit and so much more!

Vegetarian, Vegan 

The Ledberry, 36 The Homend

12.00 till finished SAT

Phone: 01531 632676                 Take-aways

  • Our special locally produced soup of the day – it changes daily!

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

Ledbury Rugby Football Club, Ross Road   

11.00 – 15.00 SUN             

Phone: 01531 631788                 Take-aways – Call & Collect

  • Cauliflower Cheese and Mustard soup served with Cheese Straws
  • Ledbury Rugby Pot Roast soup
  • Caire’s Carrot and Coriander soup

Coincides on Sunday with our junior and colts games

We may also be serving soup on Saturday

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Malthouse Café & Gallery, Church Lane

9.30- 16.00 SAT               

Phone: 01531 634443                 Take-aways Call & Collect

  • Smoked haddock chowder
  • Lamb and vegetable cawl
  • Curried cauliflower and sweet potato soup with peanut, coconut and coriander

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Matt’s Kitchin, Unit 3, Homend Shopping Mall, 32 The Homend

10.00 – 16.00 SAT

Phone: 01531 632418

  • Have you tried our chilled soups?
  • Take home our soup of the day

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

New Market House Café, 1 The Homend

10.00-16.00 SAT, 11.00-17.30 SUN      

Phone: 01531 635059                

  • Smoked haddock and shrimp Chowder served in a toasted sourdough bread

20% of price of each soup sold will be donated to Ledbury Food Bank

Vegetarian

Pot & Page, 8 New Street – plant based food cafe

10.00-14.00 SAT & 10.00 -14.00 SUN   

Phone: 01531 248743                 Take-aways

  • Miso soup –made from a mixture of lovely, varied and speciality ingredients.

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

10% of the price of all Big Soups sold will be donated to Ledbury Food Bank

Pot and Page are also hosting a warm hub on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons serving soup.

Scrumpy House @ Weston’s Cider, Much Marcle HR8 2NQ

12.00 – 16.00 SAT  

Phone: 01531 660626                 Take-aways – Call & Connect

  • Hereford Hop cheese and vintage cider soup with bread and butter
  • Fish soup made with cider brandy, rouille and croutons
  • Gently spiced Moroccan Chorba (Vegan)

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free options

Seven Stars, 11 The Homend

12.00 – 21.00 SAT & 12.00 – 20.00 SUN                   

Phone 01531 635800                 

  • Roasted Butternut squash and sweet potato soup with toasted seeds and crusty bread
  • Leek and Potato soup with croutons and crusty bread

 Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

The Nest Ledbury, Little Verzons Farm, Hereford Road, HR8 2PZ

11.45 -16.30 SAT & SUN  

Phone: 01531 670816                          Take-aways. 

  • Delicious Leek and Potato soup
  • Nourishing Tomato soup
  • Tasty Spicy Winter Vegetable soup

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

David T Waller and Sons, 71 The Homend

8.00 to 16.00 SAT            

Phone 01531 632739

  • Discover our special offering for the Big Soup
  • Meat ingredients for your home soup making

Bon appetite!

 

 

AGM notice and Find out about Ledbury Food Bank and how you can help

We’ve invited Ledbury Food Bank to tell us about their significant role in alleviating food poverty in Ledbury and district following our short AGM on Monday 8th August at 6pm at the Burgage Hall, Church Lane, Ledbury.

Mark Lister, Chair Lead Team for Ledbury Food Bank has kindly agreed to join us to enable us all to gain greater knowledge of the operations and needs of the Food Bank’s work and to discuss how we might contribute or help. For example:

    • How does the Food Bank work?
    • When is it open?
    • Where does the food stocks come from?
    • Can/do local producers contribute or supply produce?
    • What are the items needed most?
    • How can I contribute food or money or my time?
    • How do I introduce someone who may be in need?
    • What has the new premises enabled – do you do more than distributing food stocks?

All are welcome!

AGM of Ledbury Food Group for the year 2021/22

Notice is given that this meeting will be held at 6pm on Monday 8th August at the Burgage Hall, Church Lane, Ledbury.

Agenda

    1. Apologies
    2. Report from the Secretary
    3. Report from the Treasurer
    4. Approval of Accounts for the period to 31st March 2022
    5. Election of a Committee for the year 2022 to 2023
    6. Election of Officials for the year 2022 to 2023 – Chair, Secretary, Treasurer
    7. Any other business

Please access the following documents in advance of this meeting by clicking below.

Agenda for AGM on Monday 8th August 2022 Secretary’s Report for the year 2021/22 Income & Expenditure 1 Apr 2021 to 31 Mar 2022

 

GJ Holliday
Secretary, Ledbury Food Group
01531 633637

 

A Sizzling Ledbury Celebration!..Thanks

If you came to the Ledbury Celebration last Sunday (10th July) many thanks for coming and supporting the event – we were pleased to see you!

If you were not able to come this is what went on…

Alice from Tuston Market Garden
Local Farmer John Davenport displays his vegetables
Mayor and Palestinian Visitors
Rayeesa offers sauce tastings
Steady Trading at Ledbury Celebration
Taking the shade at the Celebration
Voices Unlimited give it all
Hay Charcuterie on their first visit to Ledbury
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The Ledbury Celebration celebrates the local food and drink of Herefordshire and its neighbouring counties with an added menu of music, poetry and our historic heritage.

Held in historic St Katherine’s, Ledbury, the event featured 20 local food and drink producers selling both street-food to enjoy on the spot and specialities to take home.  Trade was good thanks to the support of those who came to the event.

This intimate festival also featured local potters selling wares and “hands on”, Kid’s Kitchen where children could enjoy making a meal and several Sustainable stalls.

The entertainment “menu” included poets Dave Pitt, Emma Purshouse, and Leena Batchelor stirring the crowd with their passionate poetry, and Beth Calverley’s magical Poetry Machine creating intimate poems on demand.

The musical menu featured Ledbury Community Choir – Ledbury’s own massed voices, Keith Baldwin, guitarist and singer, The Ledbury Singers serenading in the heat, and the fiddle playing of Gruig.

A first for Ledbury, one-of-a-kind Voices Unlimited brought their unmistakable Wall of Sound” to the Performance Area setting alight what was already a hot afternoon.

Sustainable Ledbury’s Community Art Project, “The Tale of the Bird and the Tree”, reached its conclusion when the Bird took flight and soared over to join the Tree.

Special visitors to the event included the Mayor and Town Clerk of Ledbury, the Ledbury Carnival Court and a group of young people visiting from Palestine.

This event was assembled as a partnership between Ledbury Food Group, Ledbury Poetry, Ledbury Fringe and Ledbury Town Council, and featured the Town Council’s newly acquired gazebos.

Ledbury Food Group thanks the many volunteers who had made the event possible and the public for supporting the event. 

Please provide us with your feedback at ask@ledburyfoodgroup.org                                  

Ledbury Celebration on 10th July – full programme available

The Ledbury Celebration on Sunday 10th July celebrates the local food and drink of Herefordshire and its neighbouring counties with an added menu of music, poetry and our historic heritage.


This year’s event brings an outdoor market to historic St Katherine’s, Ledbury next to the 15th century Master’s House, and just off the High Street. The event runs from 11am to 5pm with entertainment from midday.

Local produce will be on sale either to eat and drink “on the go” or to take home to savour in slower time.

Producers this year include:

• Case for Cooking
• Chock Shop
• Gun Dog Gin
• Hay Charcuterie
• Jus
• Kitchen Flowers
• Kontext Koffee
• Little Bento Box
• Little Marcle Organic Produce
• Miniyaki’s Japanese Street Food
• Myrtle’s Kitchen
• No Frickin Chicken
• Orchard Grove Preserves
• Rayeesa’s Indian Kitchen
• Seb’s Cider
• Tuston Market Garden
• Vicenta’s Empanadas
• Wykeham Gardens

In addition you will find:

• Sustainable Ledbury – find out about avoiding food waste
• Jayne Parry Ceramics
• Karen Tacey Ceramics
• CUP Ceramics – Pottery demonstrations
• Kid’s Kitchen – food activities for younger children
• Eat like your Ancestors

Ledbury Poetry Festival has lined up special “al fresco” poetic performances during the event featuring:

Dave Pitt – “Now more than ever, our world needs the raw anger of poets like Dave. Importantly, we also need the laughs he brings”
Emma Purshouse –“Her talent is in taking the most mundane situations and bringing them alive.”
Leena Batchelor – Pixie Muse – “Calling herself a “poetic minstrel with living in her veins”, Leena writes passionately about everything that strikes her mind and heart”

Poetry performances at 12.45pm, 1.45pm and 2.45pm


And More…

Beth Calverley, will be present with her magical Poetry Machine. This is your chance to experience poetry, created in response to your thoughts, feelings, ideas, and discoveries.

And a feast of musical entertainment…

Performances hourly:

Ledbury Community Choir – Ledbury’s own massed voices. Join in if you know the words (and the tune! At 12 noon.
Keith Baldwin, guitarist and singer, frontman of the band Rubble, will entertain from 1.10pm.
The Ledbury Singers will serenade you with their own smooth music style from 2pm.
• One-of-a-kind Voices Unlimited – rocking out their unmistakable “VU Wall of Sound” raises the tempo at 3pm.
Gruig, a rip roaring foot stomping band from Gloucestershire bring their sing-along Irish songs, jigs and reels to get you dancing at 4pm.

A special event at 1pm – Ledbury’s Community Art Project, “The Tale of the Bird and the Tree”, will reach its conclusion when the Bird will take flight and soar over to join the Tree accompanied by music.

And you can visit Ledbury’s heritage sites, or book in for a session of poetry with Ledbury Poetry Festival on the last day of the festival.

This event is organised by Ledbury Food Group in partnership with Ledbury Poetry, Ledbury Fringe and Ledbury Town Council.

Another Date for your Diary – Ledbury Celebration 2022

Ledbury Food Group with its partners Ledbury Poetry Festival and Ledbury Town Council invite you to join us at this year’s Ledbury Celebration on Sunday 10th July.

This year’s event will again be held in the historic setting of St Katherine’s, Ledbury by our very special 15th century Master’s House – it worked well in 2019!  The event will include:

  • An outdoor food and drink market featuring the best of local produce and street food from the Three Counties for you to enjoy at the event or take home. We hope for as good a show as last time
  • “Al fresco” poetic entertainment provided by the Ledbury Poetry Festival
  • Outdoor musical entertainment featuring local musicians
  • Kids Kitchen, Cup Ceramics and a number of craft stalls

It’s the last day of Ledbury Poetry Festival so there’s lots going on, and our heritage buildings will be open for a visit.

The event will run from 11am to 5pm with entertainment from 12 noon.

As in previous years the Ledbury Celebration will be a free public event.  The event has received funding from the Herefordshire Council Festivals and Events Discretionary Grant. This grant scheme supported events impacted by Covid-19 and was funded by the Additional Restrictions Grant provided by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

If you are a locally based food producer using local produce and are interested in a stall at the event please contact our organiser Hannah Day at hannah@hannahday.co.uk.

Please contact us if you would like to help us setting up, stewarding or setting down after the event at Griff – 01531 633637.   Your help makes these events smooth-running and successful – even an hour or two helps.

More information about the food market and the performance schedule will be available on this Food Group website nearer the event.

  

Full details of the 2022 Ledbury Big Breakfast now available

Join us for Ledbury’s Celebration of Breakfast over the weekend of Friday 11th, Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March – the 10th Ledbury Big Breakfast (postponed from January). 

19 local venues in and around Ledbury are taking part on one or more days in this event organised by Ledbury Food Group to celebrate our local food and drink producers and retailers and a healthy breakfast.  The event takes place at cafes, pubs, hotels, butchers and delis in and around Ledbury.

Again there is lots of choice from the lightest to the heaviest breakfast showing the ingenuity of our local food venues – check through the listing below for something to sample, savour and enjoy

Visit our butchers – Gurneys and Wallers – to discover their breakfast delights for you to take home and enjoy. 

Our delis will feature a wide range of local produce to take home to make a special breakfast.

Ledbury Refugee Support are again holding a special Middle Eastern themed breakfast at The Organic Café (above Handley Organics) on the Saturday to raise funds. 

The Country Market at Burgage Hall on Friday will have lots of local produce for sale for your breakfast at home. 

Things get very busy on the Saturday morning – if you see something or somewhere you fancy please book in advance where possible to avoid disappointment.  More places now offer breakfasts on Sunday.

See below for full details of what specials are available, where and when – many venues will also offer their normal breakfast menu.  A number offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

The full listing of special offerings – what, where and when?

Based on information provided by the participants.  Many will also have their usual breakfast offerings available and will be open during their normal hours.

Cafés, Hotels and Pubs 

Corner House Cafe, 1 The Southend

9.45-16.00 FRI, SAT & SUN        

Phone 01531 635752                  Take-aways Bookings

  • English Breakfasts of all sizes –full, mini, non-meat, hard-worker’s, apprentice’s
  • Free tea, coffee or juice before 11 .30

Produce from: Willow Bromyard (eggs), Sessions (sausage/bacon), Bakers Dozen, Waller’s (Meat products)

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

The Feathers Hotel, 25 High Street

8.00-11.00 SAT only                   

Phone: 01531 635266                  Bookings

  • Hot smoked salmon with spinach omelette and cream cheese
  • Bacon meatball with white pudding and bine tomato baguette and mushroom ketchup
  • Rarebit, glazed muffin and fried egg.

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Janey’s, 15 The Homend

9.00-13.30 FRI & SAT

Phone: 01531 248008                 Take-aways Call & Collect

  • Full English.
  • Savoury and Sweet Breakfast Waffles
  • Granola/cereal station with yogurt and fresh fruit.

Produce from: Bakers Dozen (Bread etc.), Jenkins Greengrocer

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

The Ledberry, 36 The Homend

9.00-12.00 SAT & SUN

Phone: 01531 632676                 Call & Collect  Bookings

  • Waller’s Bacon and Sausage baps
  • Smoked salmon and cream cheese bagels
  • Ham and smashed avocado bagels
  • Overnight oat pots with fruit compote

Produce from: Waller’s (meat products), Bakers Dozen, Hedonist Bakery, Jenkins Greengrocer

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Ledbury Rugby Football Club, Ross Road   

9.00-11.00 FRI & SUN                  

Phone: 01531 631788                 Take-aways Bookings

  • Full English
  • Breakfast Baps
  • Freshly made Omelettes
  • Freshly made Pancakes

Produce from: Gurneys Family Butchers

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Malthouse Café & Gallery, Church Lane

9.30-15.30 FRI & SAT,               

Phone: 01531 634443                 Take-aways Call & Collect Bookings

  • A range of special breakfasts to sort all tastes from our ever changing menu

Produce from: LDA Meats, Peter Cooks Bread, Mays (eggs)

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Market House Café, 1 The Homend

9.00-15.00 FRI & SAT, 10.00-14.00 SUN         

Phone: 01531 633011                 Take-aways Call & Collect Bookings

  • “Breakfast Nest” – crispy bacon, Sunnyside egg, melted cheese nestled in hollowed out baked potato with chives
  • “Café Pancake Platter” – pancakes, maple syrup, berries, bacon, scrambled egg, chocolate chips, fresh cream

Produce from: Waller’s (meat products), Baker’s Dozen, Jenkins Greengrocer, Total Produce (fruit & vegetables), plus local eggs

 Gluten Free

The Organic Cafe (Handley Organics), 5 High St

9.00 – 13.00 FRI & SAT (last orders)               

Phone: 01531 631136                 Booking advised for Saturday

  • Friday only – Mixed roast vegetables (made in house) on toast (bread made for us by la Delice) with dressing (made in house)
  • Saturday only – Specially inspired menu supporting Ledbury Refugee Support Group – Falafel wrap and dips (both made in house).

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Pot & Page, 8 New Street – vegan specialist cafe

10.00-15.00 FRI, SAT & SUN      

Phone: 01531 248743                 Bookings

  • Loaded rosti stack with a savoury compote.

 Produce from: Tuston Market Garden (Ashperton)

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Pot and Page are also running a tea tasting event featuring British grown teas on Friday 11th March evening – find out more at https://potandpageevents.square.site/events

Weston’s Cider Scrumpy House, HR8 2NQ

9.00 – 12.00 FRI, 10.00-12.00 SAT & SUN      

Phone: 01531 660626                 Take-aways (1 Hr notice) Bookings advised

  • Full English with vintage cider sausage
  • Vegan Breakfast Hash – Potato, peppers, mushroom, roast tomato on toasted sourdough
  • Eggs Benedict with cider baked ham

Produce from: Neil Powell (cider sausage) LDA Meats, Country Flavours (eggs), Total Produce (vegetables), St George’s Bakery (Corse)

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free (on request)

Seven Stars, 11 The Homend

9.00-11.00 SAT & SUN               

Phone 01531 635800                  Take-aways + Call & Collect (Baps only) Bookings

  • Full English
  • Small full English
  • Vegetarian Breakfast
  • Sausage or Bacon Bap

Produce from: LDA Meats

 Vegetarian, Gluten Free

Sunrise Café, 23 High Street

9.00-12.00 SUN only                  

Phone 01531 634111                  Take-aways Call and Collect.  Bookings

  • Our full English breakfast with a free drink.

Produce from: Gurneys Family Butchers, Total Produce

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

The Nest, Hereford Road, HR8 2PZ

10.00-13.00 FRI, SAT & SUN (last bookings for special breakfasts 12.30)

Phone: 01531 670816                 Call & Collect (1 Hr notice) Limited Bookings. 

  • Benedict Stack – eggs benedict with pesto, prosciutto and hollandaise
  • Little Verzons Breakfast Roll – Ploughman’s Scotch Egg Mix (or Veggie option with Beanie HMSE Mix or Vegan Option with Negg HMSE Mix as a pattie) accompanied with  Willys Kitchen balsamic, Nest onion marmalade dressing and a fried egg (Veggie and Meat) 
  • Homemade baked beans on toast – Vegan and GF
  • Banana and Carrot muffins – Vegan
  • Sweet and Spicy BC – A Chorizo, sausage and marmalade casserole – using Severn Spots chorizo and homemade marmalade with bread – Veggie option available.

Produce from: Willys (Balsamic), Severn Spots (Chorizo), Burger mix from HMSE, Nest Marmalade, Local Eggs from Filly Brook (Bishops Frome), Peter Cooks Muffins, Bakers Dozen Muffins, LDA – Meat, Netherend Butter, Nest Pesto, Cotteswold Dairy, Nest Coffee, Trumpers Tea

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

The Talbot, 14 New Street

8.00-10.00 FRI, SAT & SUN        

Phone: 01531 632963                           Bookings

  • Severn & Wye smoked salmon and eggs
  • Full English breakfast
  • Full Veggie Breakfast
  • Eggs on toast “your way”
  • Bacon or Sausage sandwiches

Produce from Severn and Wye Smokery, Walter Rose Wiltshire Sausages

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

Trumpet Corner Cafe, Trumpet HR8 2RA

9.00–14.00 FRI, SAT & SUN       

Phone: 01531 670082                           Take-aways Call & Collect Bookings

  • Full English breakfast
  • Full Veggie breakfast
  • Smoked salmon & scrambled egg on toasted bagel
  • Brûléed porridge with fresh berries
  • Fresh pastries

Produce from: Legges of Bromyard, Jus apple juice, Macneil’s salmon, Berries Unlocked (Munsley)

 Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Delicatessens & Shops

Ceci Paolo, 21 High Street

9.0-1700 FRI & SAT                   

Phone 01531 632976

Local breakfast produce including smoked fish, yoghurt, cheeses, bread, honey and our own delicacies.

Local producers products sold include: • Severn and Wye Smokery, Three Counties Honey, Peter Cooks Bread, Charles Martell (cheeses), Neal’s Yard Creamery

Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Handley Organics, 5 High Street

All day FRI & SAT            

Phone: 01531 631136

Lots of local produce and ingredients to make a tasty breakfast to take home including cereals, eggs, croissants, bread etc.

Organic, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Butchers

Gurneys Family Butchers, 21 The Homend

All day – FRI & SAT

Phone: 01531 632526

Try our new recipe sausage – the Gurney’s Banger – as part of your breakfast.

David T Waller and Sons, 71 The Homend

All day – FRI & SAT          

Phone 01531 632739

Taste and take home our special breakfast sausage. Tastings 9.00 to 12.00

Country Market

Burgage Hall, Church Lane

9.00 – 12.30 FRI only

Local produce for you to take home for a special breakfast (or other meal!)

Eat Like Your Ancestors and 2021 Great Taste Award winners!

Eat like your ancestors

Liz Pearson Mann has written a book “Eat Like Your Ancestors” – a sustainable food journey round the West Midlands.

She will be setting up a display about her book in the lobby at Ledbury Heritage Centre this Saturday 30 October.

Eat Like your Ancestors

 
Liz will be there to tell you more about how the past can show the way for the future.

Date: Saturday 30th October

Place: Ledbury Heritage Centre, Church Lane, Ledbury

Time: 10.30 to 16.00

  

Great Taste Award winners

Congratulations to these local food and drink producers who have won awards in the 2021 Great Taste Awards:

 

Willy’s Ltd of Little Marcle for their Apple Balsamic vinegar – 3 stars

Gun Dog Gin for both their Damson and Quince Liqueurs – both 3 stars

Berry’s of the Hop Pocket – formerly Just Rachel Ice Creams – for their Damson and Sloe Gin and their Dark Chocolate Orange ice creams – both 2 stars

Weston’s Cider of Much Marcle – one star awards for Henry Weston Organic, Henry Weston Vintage and Stowford Press Low Alcohol ciders

Friday Beer Co. of Malvern – one star for their Holly Bush Ale