Winner: Business of the Year
British Pie Awards 2016
Food, Drink & Hospitality Awards: Highly Commended
Winner: Business Tourism Awards
A Select Lincolnshire business
Visit to Houses of Parliament at MP Victoria Atkins invitation to take a hamper of our produce to The Prime Minister
Our hamper we took to the Prime Minister
MP Victoria Atkins presents us with photo in Westminster Hall of Prime Ministers visit to our shop
Russell and Sadie at Westminster by invitation of Victoria Atkins MP
Countryside Alliance "Rural Oscars" East of England Highly Commended Butchers
Off the Beeton Track
Oliver at the 1940s Festival
Sharon and Russell 1940s style
Elizabethan Filo Parcels
Russell Sharon and Jason
Off the Beeton Track
September last year, MP Victoria Atkins very kindly invited Russell and I to the Houses of Parliament to take a hamper of our Lincolnshire Produce. This was a once in a lifetime day for us and we cannot thank her enough. We were treated to a tour of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords, followed by watching the Speakers Procession and tickets to Theresa Mays second Prime Ministers Question Time. This was an extraordinary insight and wonderful glimpse into the heart of our democracy. A highlight of the day was Victoria presenting us on the steps of Westminster Hall with a framed photo of the Prime Minister and her visit to our shop last year. This was an amazing experience and we were honoured to have the opportunity to showcase Select Lincolnshire and our hand made award winning produce. We were honoured to recieve a letter from the Prime Minister thanking us for our hamper of produce and how much she enjoyed visiting Woodhall Spa and of course our Lincolnshire Sausages! What a wonderful experience to have had and thank you again to Victoria and everyone who made this trip to Westminster so special.We now have a feedback facility on our website, see the tab above. Thank you for the lovely comments we have received from those of you who have used this facility already, we really appreciate you taking the time to do so. Winning awards is lovely, but it is making food for you to enjoy that is our driving force and motivation.
We feel that being such a small team - Sharon, Simon, Russell and myself, is really the key to our success. When you come into our shop you can be assured that Russell has made and prepared your meat and I have made and baked your pies and pastries.We believe that gives us power to control the quality of what we produce and keep it consistently extremely high. Russell is the Butcher and me (Sadie) the baker. Sharon and Simon are dedicated to offering you the best customer service. We work very hard to make traditional Lincolnshire dishes, preserving old artisan methods and recipes. Our aim is simply to make food for you that you love to eat and for you to be confident in what you have bought.
Woodhall Spa is a beautiful village in mid Lincolnshire and has become more and more popular as an inland holiday resort. There is much to enjoy with a rich aviation history, Lincoln, the coast and the wolds within easy reach and the village itself has much to offer. There are an abundance of places to stay, fantastic camping and caravanning parks, self catering cottages and hotels. The village is home to the headquarters of the English Golf Union with a world class golf course. There's interesting independent shops for you to enjoy, a great choice of cafes, pubs and restaurants. The Cottage Museum, https://www.cottagemuseum.co.uk/ The Kinema in theWoods http://www.thekinemainthewoods.co.uk/ and Jubilee Park http://jubileeparkwoodhallspa.co.uk/ are well worth a visit.
For one weekend in July, this year the 15th and 16th July, Woodhall Spa turns the clock back to all things 40's for the 1940's Festival. It is already one of the most popular events of its kind in the country, with thousands of people flocking into the area. It has an amazing atmosphere, with people dressing up, the local businesses turning the clock back, vintage stalls, re-enactors, it really isn't to be missed if you love all things vintage. For more information see http://woodhall-spa-40s-festival.com/
I'm so lucky that my work as a baker and owner of a food shop is and extension of my hoppy and passion for preserving our culinary heritage and collecting old recipes and cookery books. For over four years I have been able to share my collection and interest with a monthly food column in The Target series of Newspapers http://www.eastlindseytarget.co.uk/ Lincolnshire Echo and Retford Times.
I am also a regular recipe contributor to Select Lincolnshires Good Taste Magazine,http://www.selectlincolnshire.com/content/good-taste-magazine , Lincs Scene, Wolds Scene and the Select Lincolnshire website.http://bit.ly/1VTCm7h
If you are involved with a communiy group, school, WI or history society, I offer my talk called "Off the Beeton Track". I bring along some of my collection of antiquarian cook books, vintage cookbooks and kitchenalia. We explore cook books as a unique genre of literature and authors from medieval times up to the present day. If you would like to discuss booking me for your group, please just ring the shop on 01526 352321 or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org 2018 and in to 2019 is filling up fast, so it is advisable to contact me as far ahead of your dates as possible please.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and Russell, Sharon, Simon and myself look forward to welcoming you to our shop soon. Best wishes and Good Eating, Sadie