SoBar is a well established, much loved popular cocktail bar positioned in the centre of Clitheroe, nestled right in the heart of our beautiful Ribble Valley.
Serving delicious halloumi fries at a market near you! Keep posted for updates on where we’ll be next and come along to taste cheesy heaven.
Gradwell’s Hog Roast are an established family run Business, specialising in pig roasts including gourmet barbecues with a selection of sauces & stuffing.
High quality butchers with locally sourced produce.
We are hoping to open our doors to our cookery school within 2019… we will be hosting a wide range of cookery courses for children and adults. We will be running day time courses, after school clubs, evening courses and holiday clubs. We are researching if this would be in interest to our local parents and children. Please share to help us ensure that this project can help the local community.
Apart from the recruitment drive Clitheroe Rotary will maintain its strong support through Rotary International for the global Eradication of Polio. In addition we hope to undertake more projects to help our local community in Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley & we will also continue our efforts to raise funds for a host of smaller local charities similar to the ones which have today received from outgoing President Frank Brown on behave of the Rotarians in the Club. The club has also historically been a strong supporter of Emergency Funding to global and regional disasters (including helping Whalley in Dec
With a heritage of six generations of Russian baking knowledge, my business, The Russian Food Company Limited, based in the UK, has created a multi-award winning 21st century version of the piroshki. Each pie is hand-crafted to suit the taste and ingredient preferences of today’s healthy eaters. The history of my enterprise goes back to my family’s business started in the 1800’s in St. Petersburg, Russia. Now in Sheffield, I have revived six generations of old fashioned baking knowledge. My dough recipe is at least 150 years old and like then I don’t use anything other than traditionally milled flours
When Really Indian founder Gursharon heard Indian cuisine described as unhealthy in the media, she was disappointed. The cuisine she’d grown up eating used only fresh, natural ingredients and spices which provided health benefits that had been enjoyed by her ancestors for centuries. Having experimented with jarred sauces she was amazed at how different they were from home cooking. They were far unhealthier, used additives and also lacked texture and taste. With a passion for authentic Indian cooking and a desire to share her food heritage, Gursharon decided to launch her own range of Indian cook-in sauces with a fresh
We’re the Hirds and our family have farmed Yockenthwaite Farm since 1842. As fifth generation hill-sheep farmers we know a thing or two about a hard day’s work and just what’s needed to fuel it. We started making our own-recipe granola more than ten years ago when visitors staying overnight at the farm enjoyed it for breakfast and kept coming back for more. We added porridge and muesli to the range and have been making and have been making more and more ever since! What started as a diversification to support the farm, here at Yockenthwaite, Langstrothdale in the heart
Add a little fizz to your event with our stunning Piaggio Apé Classic Van. With refrigerated pumps, we can pour clean, crisp and ice cold sparkling Glera Frizzante straight into your glass. As well as our ice cold frizzante on tap, we offer prosecco cocktails, such as the Prosecco Bellini, Candy Floss Fizz, Chambord Royal and more. We are happy to tailor our packages to suit you, so book us now for weddings, birthdays, christenings, festivals, corporate events and parties. A unique pop-up bar for any occasion.
We started the business in 1995, rearing pigs to sell to local markets. Things were going well until, like many rural businesses, we were affected by the Foot and Mouth crisis in 2001. Realising that we needed to diversify in order to keep the business going, we decided to butcher our own pigs to sell at local farmers’ markets which were becoming increasingly popular. We soon outgrew our small converted butchery as demand for our meat products grew rapidly. So we took the decision to invest heavily in a state-of-the-art cutting plant. This enabled us to become licensed under the
Kushboo soaps are made using luxurious, moisturising quality oils enriched with a blend of essential oils and gentle botanicals to cleanse the skin and indulge the senses. We proud ourselves on being an ethical, conscious business by using sustainable oils where possible, no animal ingredients or by products and absolutely no animal testing making our soaps Vegan. We strive to work with the environment by packaging our soap with recyclable paper and promoting the reduction of plastic usage. We work with local businesses to reduce our carbon footprint. All our soaps are made and packaged in the UK.
“Thai Kitchen in Lakeland”, provides a complete catering service, of Thai cuisine, to private homes, for dinner ideas and other special occasions in Cumbria. The business is based in Kendal next to the beautiful English Lake District. Thai cuisine is now considered to be one of the healthiest foods you can eat. The reason for this is that the ingredients, especially the herbs and spices, such as: fresh chillies, lemongrass, coriander, and galangal, that are so distinctive of Thai cooking, are now recognised as having health giving properties in fighting disease and building up immunity. Of course, the number one
All of the botanicals used in our signature gin “Little Lane” can be easily recognised in the beautiful British countryside. Our gin is lovingly created on our 83 litre column still in our stone outhouse, built in 1888 from local stone, which at one time would have housed livestock. Botanicals Strong oaks to delicate heather Little lane gin has a unique layering of rich and delicate botanicals creating an elegant dusty floral based gin, that still gives an earthy kick. Using botanicals including Blackberry leaves, Meadowsweet, Nettles, Hawthorn Berries and Lime leaves, we have been able to stay true to