On the third day of Christmas in Notts we give to you . . .

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Three Welbeck Birds!

In the heart of Sherwood Forest you will find the splendid Welbeck estate near Worksop where careful management of the woodland creates a rich habitat for a host of wild bird species. The estate is also home to the School of Artisan Food, which offers courses to suit all interests and skills.

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Take a Christmas course at the School of Artisan food and your friends and family are sure to be wowed by your creations. From curing to three bird roasting, baking and cheese tasting, there is something for everyone. The environment is serene and inspiring with newly refurbished training rooms and aims to give people an insight into how artisan food is created.

Located in the same charming courtyard as the Harley Gallery at Welbeck is the Welbeck Farm Shop.  This award-winning farm shop takes pride in offering local produce which has earned it both local and national recognition.  Home to Stichelton cheese, Welbeck Bakehouse breads, Welbeck Abbey Brewery ales and much more this is most definitely the place to visit for inspirational Christmas ideas.

Don’t know what to get your loved one this Christmas? Visit the The Worm that Turned on Nottingham’s Derby Road where you’ll find a fine selection of décor, gifts and furniture for your outdoor space.  The Christmas collection is the newest line with Nordic reindeer and wooden advent houses among other things.

Enter by 6th December to be in with a chance of winning ALL THREE of these fabulous festive prizes. Fill in the form below and you will be notified by email. 

  1. A place at the Three Bird Roasting Evening at the School of Artisan Food
  2. A hamper from Welbeck Farm Shop
  3. A set of three garden hens from the Worm that Turned

We have also teamed up with restaurants, hotels and attractions around the county to add that extra bit of sparkle to your Christmas. Visit our dedicated offers page for details.

Posted on 06 December 2013
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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