Our naturally-leavened breads, available to retail customers daily at The Running Fox Felton and Longframlington and Scotts of Alnmouth; The Cheese Room at Alnwick Deli on Fridays and Saturdays, The Good Life Shop, Wooler on Tuesdays and Thursdays; Tullys of Rothbury on Tuesdays and Thursdays, also at Farm to Freeze in Wooler, Chatton Village Shop and Hunters Quality Butchers & Delicatessen in Kelso all on Thursdays, Fridays at Lesbury Post Office and The Green Shop, Berwick, A World of Difference, Alnwick stocking a selection from White Levain, Five Grain Levain, Seeded Sourdough, Gilchesters’ Farmouse/Miche, 25% Rye with Wholewheat, 40% Rye with Caraway Seeds and our 100% Rye Moscow Rye bread.
We bake real artisan bread at our bakery in Alnwick. This is for sale locally in the outlets above, and found across Northumberland on the menus of some of the finer eating establishments: The Ship Inn at Low Newton-by-the-Sea, Pilgrims Coffee House on Holy Island, Bertrams in Warkworth, and The Masons Arms, Warkworth, St. Valery Guest House in Alnmouth, Ingram Café, Ingram Valley, Salt Water Cafe, Beadnell, St. Mary’s Inn, Stannington, the Potted Lobster Bamburgh, Eshott Hall, Charlton Hall and Doxford Barns, Gasparro’s Restaurant Berwick, and the Running Fox cafes in Felton, Shilbottle and Longframlington.
You can find us with a wide selection of our breads at the Morpeth Farmers’ Market on the first Saturday of every month [except January] and Hexham Farmers’ Market on the second and fourth Saturday of every month [except December, second and third Saturdays and sometimes fourth Saturday as well] and various village shows and food festivals throughout the year. We also offer talks, and demonstrations at a number of these events, so if you’d like to see us in action and get a few hints and tips, check our events diary, and we’ll look forward to seeing you there.