news and recipes from the Barlows team
Every second Saturday (apart from August) the Vale Market Cafe in Barnstone hold a monthly village community cafe including a wide range of products. Barlows of Belvoir will be present with a full range of products, come and grab a cuppa and some breakfast with the team and the great atmosphere. The Facebook page is available at: https://www.facebook.com/valemarketcafe/
Barlows of Belvoir will be attending the food and gift fayre at the St Remigius Church and Village Hall on the 17th of November, from 10:30am onwards. Come along to the event and see our full range of products.
Barlows of Belvoir will be attending the 2018 Farm Business Innovation show as guests.
Barlows of Belvoir are attending the Packaging Innovation breakfast on the 15th of November 2018.
We will be showcasing how we as a business and the University of Nottingham have interfaced to provide practical solutions for us, together with use being considered for an up-and-coming food research project. The event will take place at the Sir Colin Campbell building, University of Nottingham on the 13th of November 2018 at 7:30am.
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution is our chosen charity. As we are a farm based enterprise that is whole heartedly behind the work that R.A.B.I does for the agriculture and farming community. Pictured from left to right, Hasel Stanley, Mary Maud and Graham Allen. Read the full article online at: https://rabi.org.uk/barlows-of-belvoir/
Graham will be giving a talk about the named village histories that form basis of naming our range of products. On the day we will also be providing a range of products to be displayed in the museum, under the local food producers area! Come along on the 14th November at 10:30am to the local history cafe, based within the Melton Carnegie Museum.
Come and join us for an evening of great tastes, interesting facts and local story telling. Oblios Deli & Bistro 8th of November 2018 at 19:00 90 Westgate, Grantham 01476 591 911
Cutting the ribbon on the new 2.4 million pound retail hub at Belvoir Castle. Pictured from right to left; Trinny Woodall, Emma Manners Duchess of Rutland & Elizabeth Hurley.
Thanks to Cartwright communications for inviting Barlows of Belvoir to this prestigious local event.
Attendance to the Food Manufacturing 2030 (Robotics) event at National Centre for Food Manufacturing, Lincoln University, Holbeach campus. We saw first hand the latest advances in food manufacturing automation and robotics.
Celebrating our first retail customer at our attendance to the Roythorns Food Business Breakfast back in April. Our first customer was Rachel Cullis Dorsett who was bowled over by the quality and taste of the product.