Come and see our Christmas lights being switched on and enjoy an evening of free family entertainment.
From 5.30pm on November 1st there will be free family entertainment with Disney characters Elsa, Snow White, Cinderella and a glittery Shetland pony; the official lights switch-on at 7pm and a performance by Giggleswick and Settle Brass Band in our Coffee Shop at 7.15pm. For a small cost, drinks, hot pies and sausage rolls, mulled wine and mince pies will be available. All welcome.
Breakfast with Santa returns in 2018.
Every Saturday in December (and also Sunday, December 23rd and Monday, December 24th) Father Christmas is coming to visit our Coffee Shop at 9am and 10am. Your youngster will have breakfast with Santa, receive a gift and enjoy a story read by an elf. All for £10.
One accompanying adult per child and there will be a limited menu for adults wishing to eat breakfast with their child.
Tickets go on sale from October 1st.
Limited availability. We advise you to buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Our Christmas Cabin is now open.
This year it promises to be even more magical with MORE lighting, baubles, trees and decorations than ever before.
Open seven days a week. Pop in and have a look.
Yorkshire baker and former winner of TV’s Great British Bake Off Nancy Birtwhistle will be giving a Perfect Pastry masterclass on August 9th.
Nancy, who won the television show in 2014, is well known for her no-nonsense bakes and the ability to troubleshoot kitchen problems.
She will demonstrate how to make an open fruit tart at the event and will also discuss cake making.
Tickets for the Perfect Pastry event at 6pm on August 9th cost £7.50 and include a cream tea to enjoy while watching Nancy’s masterclass.
Tickets available in store or by ringing 015242 42223.
We anticipate tickets for this event will set out fast.
We are holding a baking competition in a marquee in our grounds on August 9th to mark our 25th anniversary.
We want 25 of our lovely customers to make a celebration cake for us which will be judged by former Great British Bake Off (GBBO) winner Nancy Birtwhistle.
There are cash prizes worth £450 to be won!
Any flavour or design, it just has to fit on a 12in by 12in cake board and you need to bring it in on August 9th for the judging at 5pm.
The overall winner will also be asked to make Country Harvest’s official anniversary cake for an event on October 20th. All ingredients supplied.
E-mail [email protected] to register or get more details.
In June we are holding our second Festival of Sausages.
If you dream of creating your own flavour of sausage…or would like to be a sausage taster for the day then we want to hear from you.
To mark Country Harvest’s 25th anniversary, we will be offering 25 different flavours of sausage for you to try during the two days, including six of YOUR suggestions.
The two-day Festival will also include a sausage-making challenge between our champion butcher George Taylor and colleague Chris Langford at 4pm on the Saturday. All free.
Please note we are open throughout the Easter weekend.
Good Friday, 9-5pm
Easter Saturday 9-5pm
Easter Sunday 10-5.30pm
Easter Monday 9-5.30pm
ARTIST Bree Merryn will be doing a painting demonstration in our new
Homeware Cabin on Sunday, March 25th.
Skipton-based Bree, whose work is currently on show in our Coffee Shop, will be doing the free demo between 10am and 3pm.
All our bread is freshly made at our bakery in Bentham; we have an award-winning butchery counter and now we have our very own candlestick maker!
Mike Ravey has gone from university lecturer to self-employed woodworker in the space of just a few short months. With no formal training, his bespoke oak accessories for the home are already selling well and he’s discovered there are a few unexpected benefits too – whisky snifters!
Mike, who lives near Clapham on the edge of the beautiful Forest of Bowland, makes bespoke chopping and cheese boards, horse name plaques, bookends and candleholders.
His ‘whisky candleholders are beautiful pieces, which would look elegant in any home. He buys the barrels and after removing the metal straps, he always has a tiny slurp of the residue of whisky in the bottom before carefully removing the individual slivers of wood called staves and turning them into tealight holders.
“The first few days after splitting a barrel are quite euphoric in the workshop because of the smell of the whisky!” he jokes.
His work is currently on show in Country Harvest’s new Homeware Cabin which is open seven days a week.
We are not opening today, Thursday March 1st, due to the adverse snowy weather conditions.
Apologies to all our customers.