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Café Bowes prides itself on using high quality ingredients supplied by local producers to offer a real taste of Teesdale.
Situated within the beautiful surroundings of The Bowes Museum, Café Bowes offers an idyllic setting for your fresh coffee or lunch.
Part of NeST: Gallery, Studio, Digital Hub and Cafe in Barnard Castle.
The cafe incorporates locally sourced ingredients into the menu wherever possible. All our delicious cakes, scones, desserts and soups are homemade. We also have a selection of delicious homemade chutneys.
The menu offers a selection of hot and cold options. Special dietary requirements are catered for.
CCS Catering was established in 2005 by Sue Black and Clare Dixon. It is a family run business that aims to help and support local producers by incorporating local ingredients into all menus.
All meat is locally sourced from Peats Butchers, or our homegrown lamb and beef from the farm. We grow our own herbs and some fruit and vegetables that we use in our menus and chutneys.
Claypath Delicatessen is a Café and Delicatessen offering a wide range of carefully sourced produce to eat in and to take away for Breakfast and Lunch
We have sourced produce from Spain, Italy, Greece, France and the UK.
We endeavour to source produce locally where possible and have a fantastic range of local cheese, chutneys, bread, oils and desserts from Durham, Cumbria and Northumberland.
Clervaux Trust is a charity helping to build a sustainable future for young people with special educational needs. Based on a farm near Darlington, its craft and land-based programme offers activities which are practical, therapeutic, social and educational.
A new green venture working towards an eco friendly way of living with organic, local and green thinking at the heart of everything we do. Bread and pizzas are made daily in our wood fired oven, and we serve simple rustic dishes made with local, organic and seasonal ingredients, all cooked fresh to order using traditional cooking methods.