LEEDS BRADFORD AIRPORT CELEBRATES
NEW FLIGHTS TO COPENHAGEN
New Scandinavian Airlines direct service starts
1 April 2014 – Customers checked in for Scandinavian Airline’s new direct flight to Copenhagen yesterday as Leeds Bradford Airport celebrated the start of the new twice weekly service. With a flight time of just one hour 40 minutes, prices start from just £66 one way or £119 return, including all taxes and charges. The new flights are expected to primarily attract the leisure traveler who can enjoy a weekend break, but also those passengers wishing to stay the working week in Scandinavia, with the Monday and Friday direct services between Leeds Bradford and Copenhagen.
Celebrations for the inaugural flight departing Leeds Bradford included a water cannon salute. Leeds Bradford Airport also handed two complimentary tickets to Leeds University students, Harriet Trayling & Joanna Mawdsley, helping them to travel to Copenhagen on the inaugural flight as part of their charity ‘Jailbreak’ escape.
Leeds Bradford – Copenhagen:
About Leeds Bradford Airport Leeds Bradford is the fastest growing top 20 airport in the UK. In 2013 3.3million passengers flew to over 70 destinations with 11 major airlines, serving 24 countries worldwide. An £11 million terminal development was completed in 2012.
Leeds Bradford International Airport serves Yorkshire, the largest county in England with a population of over 5 million. The airport is located only 8 miles from Leeds the 3rd largest city in the UK.
This new and scrummy addition to Harrogate's independent shopping scene. Harrogate's newest sweet shop's ideal is to bring back all the traditional sweets we all know and love from flying saucers to Pontefract cakes.
Items are available in either 100g bags or in true Woolworths style in Pic and Mix.
The innovative owners also do a loyalty scheme ie a stamp for every purchase - with a free bag of sweets at the end - so make sure you get your card stamped.
Items also available are wedding favours, hampers and gift packs - some of which you can order to your exact specifications online.
We have always felt that room 9 was missing a chest of drawers but with the unusual shape of the room its been a struggle to find the right piece for the space - but we've done it! We will be updating our bedroom information pages shortly with a page for each room and a more extensive range of photo's so you can see exactly what you are getting when you book.
I have just finished this book (its a light read so don't feel intimidated!) and loved it! each story or legend is illustrated by one of Ian's beautiful paintings which have almost a quality of Silk Painting to them. Ian's style is a combination of watercolour, screen print and Indian Ink - if you particularly fancy purchasing an item of his work they are available from http://www.mashamgallery.co.uk/
The book is a light hearted stroll through the fables, tales and legends of the Yorkshire dales - with everything from Ghosts to Saints covered. The book is also useful for the tourist as mentions many interesting views, churches, villages and natural phenomenon which would be a good basis for planning a Dales Holiday or simply an enjoyable read!
All in all an excellent canter through the Dales and just wish Ian would bring out a range of Postcards!
Mellow Treats Bathing boutique in Harrogate burst onto the scene with a fabulous range of bath, shower and scented items as well as items for those with sensitive skin or even pregnancy safe.
This super independent shop offers a wide variety of gorgeous bathing products including bath bombs, solid shower handmade soaps and hair shampoo bars, amazing massage candles that you burn and the melted wax can be put directly on your skin, (demonstrations available in store) - they even have hard shampoo which is suitable for frequent air travellers - ie no liquid to cause you trouble at customs.
The shop also has treats available for the whole family including the dog, cat and even the horse.
There is also be offering a bespoke Party Bag/Wedding Favour Service to those interested and invite customers suggestions on future products to stock.
This has come about from years of trying to source alternative and unusual gifts for friends and family, so now you can find it all under one roof. Many of the products are handmade by independent suppliers around the UK, which have been brought together under one roof. (we have discount vouchers available at The Camberley)
Mellow Treats are also stockists of Seascape products which are sold at Fortnum and Mason and have featured in Cosmopolitan - it is an amazing range of luxury, lavished with Jersey lavender.
In Harrogate as well as at The Camberley we are strong supporters of independent businesses as that is what makes us different from all other towns and gives variety for our guests as well as locals - take advantage of Carol's specialist knowledge and bring home something truly different.
http://www.mellowtreats.co.uk/index.html for more information
2 courses £9.95 and 3 courses £12.95
Moules Mariniere + Frites Mussels in a cream, white wine and parsley sauce served with French Fries
Deep Fried Calamari on a bed of dressed leaves and aioli
Smoked Chicken Caesar Salad with avocado, cherry tomatoes and parmesan
Homemade Soup with artisan bread roll and butter
Chicken Liver Parfait served with toasted brioche, cornichons and homemade apple & pear chutney
Traditional Italian Bruschetta crostini with fresh tomato, pesto and red onion
Italian port and oregano sausage meatballs in a rich tomato sauce served on a bed of fetuccini
Black Sheep Ale Battered East Coast Haddock served with chips, minted peas and tartar sauce
Traditional Beef Bouguignon served with creamy mashed potatoe
Slices of slow cooked pork shoulder with cider reduction served with rosemary new potatoes
Croque monsieur/croquet madame served with side salad and French fries
Exotic Wild Mushroom Tagliatelle with girolle, Portobello and shitake mushrooms. Finished with spinach, truffle oil and grated parmesan.
Broccoli, Pak Choi & Mange Tout £3.95
Rosemary roast Potato's £2.75
Mediterranean Pan Fried Vegetables £3.95
Thrice Fried Chips £2.75
Panko Breaded Onion Rings £2.25
Creamy Mash Potato £2.75
Warm Italian Chocolate Cake - Served with cream
Trio of rhubarb mini rhubarb panna cotta, rhubarb crumble, rhubarb compote and served with homemade vanilla ice cream
Lemon Tart Served with homemade lemon curd, lemon meringue and vanilla ice cream
Prices and Menu correct as of 08/03/2014
Prawns can be used if preferred
12oz Whole Shrimps
8oz cod or haddock fillets
2 anchovy fillets
1 teaspoon anchovy essence
3-4 oz clarified butter for sealing
Good pinch of cayenne pepper
Good pinch ground mace
Pinch of Salt
5oz of butter softened
If using fresh shrimps, boil for 2 to 3 minutes and allow to cool. Shell the shrimps, cut up the flesh roughly and set aside. Wash the shells, put in a pan, just cover with water and boil for 20 minutes. strain off the liquid and use to simmer the cod of haddock fillets until cooked. Remove the fish from the pan and boil the liquid hard to reduce it to about 2 tablespoons. Put the fish, the reduced liquid and all the other ingredients, except the shrimps, into a food processor and blend to a smooth paste. Transfer to a bowl and work in the chopped shrimps. Pack the mixture into small posts and cover and seal with clarified butter. Store in a cool place. To make clarified butter, put the butter into a pan, bring to the boil and remove from the heat. The clear butter liquid will come to the top. Pour off very gently, as required, leaving the sediment in the bottom of the pan.
New for 2014 Jake's Harrogate is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt every morning over the Easter weekend from 10am - check out http://www.jakeanthony.co.uk/ for more info!
A good friend of mine is a fan of everything Masham (a village local to my native Harrogate) put me onto this author as primarily an artist who has branched out into illustrated books.
The Penhill Giant is Ian Scott Massie's first foray into Children's literature and we feel with his heartwarming interpretation of the old Yorkshire dales story as well as the relevant and detailed illustrations bring the story to life.
The story I would say is suitable for the 7's and under and would be good for either a parent reading to a small child or as a starter reader for an older child.
The story is set in Sunny Wensleydale here cows seem to go missing periodically and sightings of a giant are terrifying the natives! One day a small girl is caught in the rain and the Giant takes her in - leading to cups of tea, meetings with the locals and the solution of what really happened to the cows! There are also strong themes of waggy dogs, cheese, cake and the importance of good manners.
ISBN 978-1-909260-05-4 and they can be ordered direct from the Masham Gallery
Our journey around the grape-cultivating globe continues. This time we look at the symbiosis of new world terroir and vinification techniques with old world grapes.
As per usual the evening will be the hosted by the inimitable Patrice of Le Bon Vin wine. Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the door (we can't guarantee there will be tickets left). The evening kicks off at 7pm and lasts until about 9pm. Food is available on the night.
Contact us on 01423 536606 to book your place.
Or for more info take a look at http://www.jakeanthony.co.uk/