This bank holiday weekend we are at Harewood House for the second Great British food and drink festival of the year. Either 24th, 25th or 26th of May you can come along with your family and enjoy a day out.
We will be there showing our deli products, explaining to all the foodies who will come around a bit more about our Spanish products and also some cones to enjoy in the amazing Harewood House gardens!
Harewood House is a country house near Leeds, West Yorkshire. The house was built from 1759 to 1771 for the wealthy trader Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood, whose family had bought the estate after making its fortune in the West Indies. Nowadays, the property is member of Treasure Houses of England.
Harewood House has a long history of hosting visitors interested in its imposing architecture and collections of paintings. The first guidebook to the home was published early in the nineteenth century.
The Bird Garden at Harewood House has a collection of exotic species of birds, of which more than 30 are listed as vulnerable or endangered in the IUCN listings. There are over 100 acres of Gardens at Harewood. They are full of variety, with plants from all over the world.
An event not to be missed!