Bideford is a thriving market town that contains traditional and forward thinking businesses, a working port and a covered Pannier Market, dating from 1883, which holds a market every Tuesday and Saturday. Bideford is fortunate to have a fantastic Museum and Art Gallery (which also contains a Tourist Information Center) located near the center and waterside of the town. The permanent collection contains nearly 350 pieces of mainly West Country slipware pottery and other ceramics.
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Peter Heaton-Jones MP
Mole Valley Farmers (situated on Pathfields Business Park, South Molton) will host a South Molton Business Association event on Friday 3rd March. Peter Heaton-Jones MP will be their speaker.
“Our local MP Peter Heaton-Jones has kindly agreed to lead a meeting to explain how government policy can encourage local business retention, what we can do to develop new business and what his priorities are for business growth in North Devon. The talk by Peter will be followed by a Q&A session. There will be an opportunity to talk with Peter on a less formal basis.
Please contact Michael Buckingham at email@example.com or on 07973 803740 for more information and to confirm your place.“
South Molton Business Association
South Molton Business Association would like to thank Mole Valley Farmers for their assistance in putting on this event.
Here is a rough guide to roasting a Turkey if you insist on doing it yourself:
- Make a note of the weight of the turkey and then add a bit to it, if you plan to stuff your bird.
- Always preheat the oven first to a high heat.
- Put the turkey into your large roasting tray and rub it all over with a little butter and seasoning to taste.
- Surround with chopped carrots, onions or other root vegetables and finally cover with tinfoil and place in the oven.
- Turn the heat down to 180°c / 350°f / gas 4.
- Cooking time is about 20 minutes per 500g/1lb 2oz.
You could cook your own turkey but…
At the Royal Oak in York they can serve you a Traditional turkey dinner, with bacon wrapped sausages, stuffing, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and Turkey Gravy, followed by Christmas pudding with brandy sauce. Download their Christmas Menu.
Other options include:
Duck leg confit with duck and orange sauce resting on roasted Charlotte potatoes with seasonal vegetables.
Oven baked fillet of salmon on a bed of roasted Charlotte potatoes, seasonal vegetables and cherry tomatoes drizzled with leek and garlic topped with a pesto dressing
Vegetarian risotto with crème fraîche and pomodoro, with courgettes, peas and peppers topped fresh rocket and shaved Parmesan (v)
Venison shank on a bed of mashed potatoes with a red wine jus
Nut roast with vegetable stuffing, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and vegetable gravy (v)
Why not have a look at our Christmas Menu?
Telephone: 01904 628869
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The Royal Oak in York serves up really good food!
Popped in for a pint and a Sunday roast – great value, well cooked and excellent service – decent range of beers, cosy lounges – a proper out with proper service. Recommended
We called in here on a Rainy evening. A quick beverage prior to dinner. The Manager was top class…chatty and informative. The beer was excellent. A good range to imbibe.
Winter Wonderland in the Pannier Market is over for 2016
Possibly the best ever Christmas event we have been involved in and preparations for 2017 are already in the pipeline.
Thankfully the weather was kind to us and the event was well supported by locals and visitors from further afield. They made the event a success by supporting the traders inside and outside the Pannier Market. The local hostelries and shops were also doing a roaring trade, all contributing and helping to making the heart of South Molton beat a little louder.
The BBC comes to town…
The arrival of BBC TV into South Molton showed the rest of the South West what South Molton has to offer. Their coverage of the whole town was a shot in the arm. St Mary Magdalene church looked resplendent decked out with imaginative and creative Christmas trees. Their Christmas Tree Festival continues until 5th December, you must go and see it.
We would like to thank everyone who was involved in this event, traders, performers, local schools and businesses, for all their efforts and support, without you events like this couldn’t happen.
The festivities are not over, there is still the Fatstock Show on Sunday and Santa has moved to Quince Honey Farm where you can ride a donkey to the grotto. The shops and markets are still open, running right up to Christmas so please continue with your support and ‘shop till you drop’.
A note from the Winter Wonderland Committee:
The event ran very smoothly despite having to fit in the needs of BBC Spotlight!
The Lantern Parade, Pannier Market and Square looked great and had a fantastic atmosphere.
I hope traders, retailers and vendors all had a good night but the goal is to raise the profile and awareness of South Molton and all its businesses for 365 days.
David Walker (organising committee Winter Wonderland)