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Food, glorious food! Posted On 27 August 2021

What local delights will you sample?


Celebrate all things local at the Burghley Summer Fine Foods Market this August bank holiday weekend. Whether you’re in the mood for speciality cheeses, organic vegetables, sweet treats or rare breed meats, you’re sure to find something that tickles your tastebuds.

Be assured, your safety is of the utmost importance. Considering this, this year, the layout will be spread over both the Chestnut Courtyard and Stable Courtyard. A one-way system will be in place and a maximum capacity for the event has been introduced so that social distancing guidelines can be monitored and actively encouraged.

There will also be a QR code for the event so all visitors’ details can be captured as part of the NHS Track and Trace system.


Already set to attend the event are:

Bonnie Yau – At Yau’s, it’s all about fantastic flavours and quality ingredients. Producers of healthier Oriental sauces from authentic recipes. Their sauces are super easy to use yet can be cooked in different ways to create sophisticated flavours with minimal effort.

Jaccs Coffee – Offering 30 different flavours, Jaccs Coffee are independent coffee and hot chocolate specialists.

Baker’s Bangers and the Bad Boy Cider Company – The Baker family are an artisan local food and drink producer based at Pipewell Hall, Northamptonshire. Artisan Sausage and Cider Producers and Suppliers.

The Brownie Company- Hand-stirred single batch brownies baked from home near Stamford, Lincolnshire, and delivered nationwide. Award-winning recipe for weddings, celebrations, cafes and corporate treats.

Little Panjab Food Company- Little Panjab make, supply and sell authentic Panjabi (North Indian) street food. A 5 star rated family run business that specialises in making high quality food for our customers whether that’s a private party or a public function such as a food festival.

Cathy’s Chocolate – Luxury Handmade chocolate, tempered by hand from fine Belgian Couveture Chocolate. The make all their chocolates by hand, using only natural flavours.

To experience these culinary delights and many more, head to Burghley this August Bank Holiday. The grounds remain open as usual so why not purchase some snacks and relax amidst the gorgeous scenery and free-roaming deer? There are plenty of trees to seek shade under if the weather continues to be scorching!

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