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Brampton Bryan is an historic and beautiful village in the north of Herefordshire on the Shropshire border on the A road between Leintwardine and Knighton. Almost all new books are half-price or less, and the shop includes a fantastic range of books from latest blockbusters to antiquarian gems. Throughout the year Aardvark organises a range of events including art exhibitions, a Civil War Re-enactment in conjunction with the English Civil War Society in August , plus markets and music events. For more details of events have a look on their website.
These are authentic, small batch craft gin makers. Many of the botanicals are hand-picked from their cottage garden and dried to ensure batch consistency throughout the year. Using a mixture of herbs and flowers combined with other traditional botanicals they create a range of vibrant gins by using a mixture of traditional and cold vacuum distillation. Pink Grapefruit Sly Gin is a real citrus blast with hints of vanilla and black pepper.
Whether you are a family, a couple, with dogs or have accessibility requirements, there are quality self-catering cottages to suit your needs. Each cottage sleeps people with a notable difference to Valley View Cottage as it provides mobility accessibility for guests who use wheelchairs either independently or with assistance as the whole cottage is on the ground floor.
All 3 cottages include the following: VisitEngland 4 Star Gold Private Parking Same facilities at all cottages All cottages are no smoking They are at the same location The cottages offer independent privacy from each other but flexibility too as they can be inter-linked. They all provide the same accessible support for guests with visual and hearing impairments Same level of service from the Thatch Close Cottages team They all have the same hearing accesibility facilities and vidual accessibility facilities.
Also, if you have a larger group, the cottages can be inter-linked in the following combinations, so you can have your own privacy and come together : Cider Cottage […]. The Shop Coo Corner brings you a wonderful shopping experience — something for all — an emporium of delights!
Drawing on 25 years of experience we offer a de service to help you create that personalised engraved gift, whether it be for a Wedding, Christening, Anniversary or Birthday! Or to make your home feel even more homely, this boutique shop is brimming full of ideas to help you find that winning present.
Check out the up-cycled sustainable product ranges, offering alternatives to plastic, we also stock a range […]. Proud of their heritage, the small batch English Wine is a commemorative nod to the local farmscapes history and surrounding community. Through ambitious diversification, Radlow Hundred cautiously plan to stabilise their traditional way of life whilst protecting the landscape and championing the fruits of their labour.
The small team worked hard to bring this delicious range to market. Planting vines that work well in their soil to developing the final blends, they are incredibly proud of Radlow Hundred wines and hope that you will enjoy their journey of discovery. Each bottle ignites a fond memory of the area. From their Great-Greats skating on the Wye, to the long-awaited train finally arriving in Bromyard. We all long for summers of Cricket and riverside days with family and friends.
Only using cider apples grown on their farm in their delicious drops! Caring for their orchards for over a century, they take their families traditional skills and use them alongside modern techniques, coupled with a team of expert cider makers, they are pretty proud of what they craft. The fresh-faced modern cider range already has an international customer base, their bright branding and bold attitude is a refreshing sight. Made from Herefordshire Cider apples grown on the Wyer Croft estate, these delicious drops are a true premium craft cider offering.
Established in for the festival market, the brand returned to its roots, knuckled down and released a range of bottles, cans and kegs during Adapting to the market demands, PULP focuses on a non-nonsense approach, giving the people what they want; simple branding, some light humour and some insanely delicious fruit ciders […]. Wyer Croft is home to Celtic Marches. The luscious, lined orchards are filled with eight cider tree varieties.
Each chosen for their growth and taste profiles, blended to create their international award-winning ciders. One of the major advantages of being a family run cider maker is the control. Awarded PGI status, you can be assured that only Herefordshire apples are used in this craft cider, they know exactly what variety of cider apples are used, how they have been cared for and how to get the best from them.
Cider production is an art form. Traditional skills and knowledge are complemented by modern techniques, from the planting, to orchard maintenance, harvest to fermentation. The family commitment to the business, top to bottom, is unquestionable. Their rare position is a result of eight generations dedication to the orchards, hop fields and most […]. This is a fantastic opportunity to work directly with Chris, be part of a small, fun, dynamic team and learn more about the benefits of working with produce grown in the kitchen garden and local area.
Pensons is an ingredient-led, Michelin-star restaurant, that celebrates the very best that the local area has to offer. They passionately believe that great cooking starts with the quality, seasonality and freshness of the ingredients you use. So, they grow or forage as many of the vegetables, herbs and fruit as they can ourselves and this will increase as their gardens develop over time. They source their meat from carefully selected local butchers and farmers to ensure the highest quality produce that has been grass-fed and reared outside.
And their fish comes from boats in Cornwall using sustainable fishing methods and is delivered fresh to them overnight. How to Apply Please your CV to careers pensons. Hergest Croft Gardens require a cook for their very popular Maples Tearoom.
Working Hours Three days during the week and some weekends More Information Set in the heart of the Welsh Marches, this 70 acre garden has stunning views towards the Black Mountains. Spectacular spring and autumn colour make this a garden for all seasons. Arts Alive require 2 x Cultural Community HUB workers, each required for 16 hours per week until March 31st to help bring more cultural events to even more people in the local area. Working with existing promoters and establishing new ones. Responsibilities and Duties: Mostly working in the local area or at home, any candidate should: be a good people-person with great communication skills have great organisational skills in developing cultural events, lead meetings etc.
Interviews via Zoom 21st June. Arts Alive are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. This is a seasonal role with vacancies for both part-time and full-time employment. You will need to be very flexible in your approach to work outside of standard business hours, including weekends and bank holidays, as this is when we are busiest.
We will also be looking for a Supervisor, who will need to be proficient in all areas and be willing to take on additional responsibilities. Customers come to see our formal gardens, take castle tours, relax in the amazing surroundings and visit our Gift Shop and Orangery Cafe. We also host fabulous weddings and private functions, and are also in the process of creating a holiday cottage complex on-site.
Hampton Court Castle are looking for an Operations Manager to the team. This includes the growing of weddings and private functions held in the castle, as well as the public events we run for our garden visitors and our forthcoming holiday cottage complex. This will be an exciting opportunity to form part of a growing team and to play a role in shaping the future of Hampton Court Castle. The strongest candidates will have experience in an operations role in the hospitality industry — ideally with experience running weddings and events at a high-quality venue, or hotel environment.
This is a full-time position, although given the nature of the industry, the hours worked and tasks involved will inevitably vary considerably from week to week. The successful candidate must therefore be flexible and energetic, willing to work extra hours where necessary to meet the demands in busy periods. The salary offered will be very competitive and partly dependent on experience. In certain circumstances it may be possible for accommodation to be provided.
Mary, a lifetime craftswoman, has spent the last 55 years involved in many different crafts, always willing to try something new and to share with others her passion for all things handmade. These will be run from a converted nineteenth century granary on the farm where Mary lives in rural Herefordshire. The full details and cost of the workshops can be found on the website and these must be booked in advance.
The workshops are for all those who are interested in creativity, beginners and others alike. However, because of the type of tools used in some instances, the workshops are not suitable for anyone under the age of 18 years. Following a tasteful refurbishment, Saxtys will reopen from Thursday 20th May with their Black Rock Grill, which allows your meat to be cooked exactly the way you like it.
Simply choose your meat from a choice of 28 day aged, locally sourced, selection of cuts and it will be delivered to your table sizzling on a volcanic stone at degrees, with all the accompaniments like homemade chips, onion rings and a selection of sauces. Turn and cut the meat to get your desired flavour and colour. If you fancy something different, head chef Martin Carter has a selection of his ature dishes from fish, poultry and vegetarian, all cooked fresh to order.
If you are after a more casual meal, there will also be a small plates menu, little plates of tasty foods from around the world to enjoy on your own or order a few and share with friends and family. Sunday dinner will be the roast to beat, plentiful, fresh and with a twist.
A choice of roasted meats and sirloin cooked the way you like, crisp roast potatoes seasoned and local vegetables freshly cooked. Barton Court near Colwall need a Cafe Chef. The successful candidate must be imaginative, reliable, hard working and flexible. Bake cakes etc and savouries of high quality. Hours of work to be discussed Decent hourly rate and profit sharing for the right person To apply Linda Camp with experience and CV in the first instance: linda bartoncourtonline.
RURALities and All Alone have associated education and engagement projects, which may also be delivered or showcased online. In response to increased digital outputs, the website needs to be reviewed to future-proof it and make sure it is appropriate for reaching new audiences.
This is linked to greater use of social media and in light of this, we also need to update our logo to work across all platforms and in print. This work is important to the development of the charity, working across the Meadow Arts team to support an ambitious yet central project for the organisation. This is a new role funded from the Arts […]. All positions will include weekends and evenings and applicants should be energetic and friendly.
To find out more and to apply call Matt or Annalisa In return all you need is positivity and an enthusiastic attitude to work. Hours of work Salary dependant on experience. To apply: over a CV and cover letter with a bit of information about yourself and where you see your career going to: careers chaptershayonwye.
Introducing Penrhos Spirits…. They are two farming families growing fruit in Herefordshire. They use the fruit that is not perfect enough for the supermarket to create their award winning gins, non alcoholic spirit and honey spiced rum. They are passionate about using everything that their farm has to offer, from the cherry blossom, wibbly wobbly fruit, to the honey produced by their amazing bees.
After many discussions in the orchards Charlie and Dickie decided gin would be the perfect product to celebrate the wonderful landscape that they farm and Penrhos Spirits was born, with Connie the Spirit Still being put to good use in the converted cattle shed. A few years later Penrhos now has an award winning range.
They recently launched their first non alcoholic botanical spirit, Penrhos Zero Raspberry, made with their own raspberries and their first Honey Spiced Rum made with honey from their apiaries surrounding their Herefordshire cherry orchards. The Hereford is one of the oldest British native breeds of cattle, with the society founded in , under the patronage of Queen Victoria. Hereford cattle have been an important part of the fabric of the Herefordshire countryside for hundreds of years.
Hereford Beef is readily available in Coop, Lidl and Waitrose, and in butchers and farm shops. The pastures grazed also sequester carbon, locking it into the ground. For more details about Hereford Beef, including where to purchase or dine […].
All apples used thrive in the 8 apple orchards on the private estate of Colcombe House, a former fishing lodge located in the village of Hampton Bishop. The family farm orchards run along the banks of the River Wye and have been in the Rogers family for over 90 years. The house itself during the 18th century was owned by a successful Lancashire manufacturing family Colcombe House and retained it exclusively as their country retreat.
Great home cooked breakfast prepared with local ingredients. Originally a 16th-Century coaching inn, The New Inn celebrates the rich farming heritage of rural Herefordshire. The menu is inspired by local flavours, using seasonal ingredients from local producers. Inside, the pub exudes warmth, with roaring fires, cosy booths and lots of original features, creating a stylish yet relaxed environment.Leintwardine movie beer casual fun
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