Pie & Pastry Making Course - Sat 25th January
29th December 2014
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Upstairs at the Market is all about bringing together the enthusiasm of customers to learn and the ability of many producers, to teach through workshops and demonstrations that are small in number, informal in delivery and packed full of information and it all happens upstairs in Lavenham Village Hall while the Farmers’ Market is in full swing, downstairs.

Since the launch in April we have received some amazing feedback from satisfied customers who have attended our workshops and we are proud to announce a fantastic range of topics booked into the calendar for 2015 including beekeeping for beginners, making jams and chutneys, foraging and wild food cooking, small scale pig keeping and cooking with spices.

The New Year will kick off with our Pie & Pastry Making Workshop on Sunday January 25th when professional pastry chef, Andrea Long aka The Farmers’ Wife will be showing us how to make delicious pies out of nothing but leftovers with real, homemade pastry. Feeling the January pinch? Then come and join us!

The workshop will start at 11am and will run until 1pm. Tickets cost £25 to include refreshments, a full cooking demo, plenty of tasters and your Suffolk Market Events Goodie Bag complete with a recipe and your own takeaway individual pie.

Like all our workshops, this is an ideal opportunity to get to know our experts – we encourage you to really take part - ask questions, take notes and have lots of fun getting involved.

The event has limited spaces so please book in advance to avoid disappointment by contacting Suffolk Market Events directly on 0770 4627973, emailing  jooley@suffolkmarketevents.co.uk or booking on line via Eventbrite with no booking fee.

Please note that unfortunately there is no disabled access to this event which is held upstairs.

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Penny W

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Hello! I'm Penny from thebestof Sudbury, shouting about the best local businesses from Hadleigh through the Clare. When I'm not doing that, you'll find me knitting socks or tending to my 6 chickens

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