Made At Welbeck Preview

Today I have a guest post from Audre, the Marketing Coordinator on Welbeck. She is going to tell you all about the Made At Welbeck event that will take place this Saturday.

Everyone at the shop is very excited about this event as it will give customers a chance to see just how much goes on behind the scenes. For customers visiting the shop it isn’t always apparent how many of the products are made on the estate. This event is the opportunity to showcase the best of what Welbeck has to offer.

Guest Post – Made At Welbeck

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Did you know there are over 15 producers and artists working on the Welbeck Estate?

Join us, Saturday the 11th of May, from 10am-4pm and discover the exciting array of products made on Welbeck.  There will be Welbeck food producers to meet, Harley Artist Studios to explore, market stalls to browse, demonstrations to inspire, and food and real ales to enjoy.

Starting in the Harley Courtyard, meet producers from Stichelton Dairy, Welbeck Bakehouse and Welbeck Abbey Brewery whilst sampling their delicious products.The School of Artisan Food will be on hand to demonstrate how simple and fun making artisan food can be. Get inspired with the Harley Gallery exhibition designers, The Bodging Project, who will be at work making furniture in the courtyard. Make sure you fuel up with the Limehouse Cafe and their special pop up barbecue. Go back in time and discover Welbeck in the Ice Age in Creswell Crag’s fabulous 12ft yurt. Get ready for summer gardening with useful demonstrations from the Dukeries Garden Centre.

When you’ve explored the Harley Courtyard, head down the lane to the Harley Artists Studios. 11 Harley Studios will be open as part of OSNotts 2013. Buy beautiful handmade products, see artists at work and have a go yourself.

Visit Welbeck on Saturday the 11th of May to discover local food, drink and art. Entry and parking for ‘Made at Welbeck’ are Free. Bring your friends and family and discover the very best of Welbeck.  Welbeck is conveniently located between Mansfield and Worksop on the A60, 15 minutes from both the A1 and M1.

We hope to see you there!


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