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Now open! Tuesday - Saturday

8am - 6pm

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All our takeaway cups, lids and straws are biodegradable - we love wildlide so we say no to single use plastics!

#saveourseas

 

All our furniture is from The British Heart Foundation

- we love charities and will help in any way we can.

 

Free fibre optic WI-FI (>60MB!), USB ports @ every table. Child friendly (toys & games for all ages), Baby changing facilities.

 

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Background.

My first memory of food is of exploring the garden tasting every plant leaf or petal i could find....Tasting and trying new food was what i lived and dreamed about - i was so obsessed that not everything i ate as a child would be considered food! This food obsession led to my first kitchen job at 17 and has not stopped since.  I was very lucky to have a talented cook already in the family - my dad. Although not a chef, he was the master of curries, always cooking from scratch - toasting and grinding the spices himself. His knowledge always inspired me to learn as much as i could about food. I decided to go to University to study Bsc Food Science & Nutrition and also improve my chef abilities by studying at a Le Cordon Bleu school. From there working at hotels and golf clubs eventually led to new product development for manufacturers supplying supermarkets & restaurants across the UK. After years of working under someone elses food dream i decided i wanted to create a space where anyone and everyone can come and enjoy delicious, fresh food together. This may sound cheesy (excuse the pun) but I believe food can do many positive things for all of us - along with the potential to optimize health and treat disease, it can bring people together, it can help build friendships, and even improve your mood!

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What we are doing.

At The Bee & Honey we are dedicated to serving fresh, quality, locally sourced produce. This is achieved by growing our own vegetables and herbs where possible, and by working closely with local farmers and producers. This ensures the food is as fresh as it can possibly be and guarentees the nutritional quality.

You can find work from local artists gracing the walls which can all be purchased with a portion of profits going towards supporting the charities shown below.

We also hold a range of themed events such as:

Mother & Baby Days                             Book Reading/Signings

MacMillan Coffee Days                         Society/Club Meeting                    

Craft Workshops                                   Mindfullness Workshops

Contact us anytime if you wish to join us or even hold your own workshop or event at The Bee & Honey

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Jennifer Beer

The Bee & Honey

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