On this week’s episode Des speaks with Tim O’Sullivan, General Manager of Rookery Hall.
We hear from the landlords of The Leopard Pub, a festival director, chef and owner of Mac and Bone, Snugburys, a local butcher, and a festival sponsor.
Your legal questions answered, Jim Kirkpatrick stops by for a chat about his new music, and it’s international bacon day – so we speak to a local butcher!
On this week’s show
- Local residents Kimberly Smith and her 10-year-old daughter Millie are having their hair cut for The Little Princess Trust…
- Miss Darlington’s jams is a Crewe based jam, preserve and chutney maker that has been around since the ’80s, Des and Dave speak to Sarah Darlington, daughter of the company’s founder Marion, and now a key player in the business…
- We look at a couple of the local news stories from the week…
- And we get an update from The Nantwich Food Festival about this year’s postponement and ‘the lockdown awards’
- For more information on next year’s festival, and the lockdown awards, visit www.nantwichfoodfestival.co.uk
In this episode Des speaks to Kitty Sadler, a company director and one of three sisters who run Snugburys, an ice cream maker, and local landmark, located on the outskirts of Nantwich.
For more information visit https://www.snugburys.co.uk/about/
Des is joined by Sophia Haelis, Director of Churche’s Mansion.
A luxury fine seafood dining experience in the recently restored and refurbished Tudor building that is Churches Mansion.
For more information visit churchesmansion.co.uk
Des is joined by Emma Gibson from Gibsons’ Greengrocer & Deli in Sandbach.
By sourcing from within Cheshire where possible they support local farmers & producers and minimise food miles.
More information can be found on their facebook page www.facebook.com/pg/gibsonsgreengrocersdeli