Festive bakes at the Welbeck Christmas Art & Food Market

Emma Hall Rob Taylor Claire Monk Oliver Stubbins

This weekend the Christmas Art & Food Market takes place at the Welbeck Estate in north Nottinghamshire. Emma Hall from Welbeck Bakehouse is our guest blogger today, for an insight into the festive treats they’ll be selling at the market this weekend. 

Halloween …Done!
Bonfire night…Done!
Christmas… 30 days and counting!

The changing colours of the English autumn have finally wound down and although it’s slightly sad, it brings the festivities of winter!  Let’s be honest – the mornings are crisper than ever and I’m sure we are all guilty of refusing to get out of bed of a morning because the house is too cold and burying ourselves deeper under layers and layers of pillows, thick blankets and duvets… but things are about to change!

Soon we will be surrounded by loved ones, on a sea of mis-matched chairs celebrating all that has happened in 2015.

The Welbeck Bakehouse elves are finalising the finishing touches before the inevitable Christmas rush hits us. Our bakery elves are crafting the most wonderful, edible artisan gifts, our delivery elves are travelling the breadth of Nottingham, Sheffield and Lincoln to deliver this sheer delicious-ness and finally our office elves are discussing bespoke bread needs with customers as well as preparing Bakehouse HQ for the Christmas Art and Food Market at Welbeck.

What’s that I hear you cry? Art and Food market? And it’s Christmas themed? And it’s on the beautiful Welbeck estate?!Harley Gallery, winter market

Yes, you did hear correctly!

This year, the best of the region’s designer-makers and food producers will be showcasing their exceptional wares at the Christmas Art and Food Market at Welbeck from Friday November 27 to Sunday 29 November 2015.

With more than 20 food stalls in the Courtyard, alongside the award winning Welbeck Farm Shop, it’s going to be an amazing place to pick up culinary presents for those foodie friends and stock up your festive kitchen with the best of locally produced fine food and drink.

The Harley Gallery will also be presenting a stunning selection of crafts and designs from 56 makers that make for unusual and fantastic Christmas gifts for all of your nearest and dearest. It’s going to be an opportunity that you don’t want to miss.

Welbeck Mince PiesSo this year, why not buy local, keep your food mileage down and embrace all of the scrumptious offerings of The Welbeck Bakehouse, from traditional Mince Pies and Stollen to our unique Beetroot, Fennel and Orange Sourdough and finally our limited edition Luxury Christmas Pudding.

Christmas bliss in a bite.

 

Plan your visit to the Christmas Art and Food Market at: www.harleygallery.co.uk/events/christmas-market-open-studios/ 

Posted on 24 November 2015
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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