New Launch: ‘Easter Family Bake’
Side Oven bakery have launched a brand new seasonal breadmaking course designed specifically for families.
‘Easter Family Bake’ – Thursday 2nd April, 1:30pm till 4:00pm
This new course is for the whole family and the focus will be on learning and enjoying baking breads together. We will be covering a range of simple breads including the old favourite Easter buns. A great fun afternoon baking session for children and adults. The course is suitable for children over the age of 5 and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Jessica Sellers of the Side Oven commented: “In launching our ‘Easter Family Bake’ we wanted to bring together families and show them how fun and easy breadmaking can be. It really is something that can be enjoyed by everyone.”
The Side Oven breadmaking experience is being part of our working bakery and therefore numbers are kept low.
In the last 6 months we have also launched a range of specialist courses which have become very popular. These include:
‘Working with Spelt’ - we are one of the only growers of Organic Spelt Wheat in the North of England. Spelt flour is fast becoming a new alternative to standard milling wheat flour due to the claimed health benefits attached to it.
‘Party Breads with a hint of Italy’ – we cover a wide range of breads including different types of doughs, methods and some wonderful flavours.
A recent comment from a first time visitor: “A brilliant day from start to finish. Wonderful atmosphere, knowledgeable, clear instructions. Fabulous lunch. See you again!”
For details on how to book please contact the Side Oven Bakery.
The Side Oven Story
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, Carr House Farm is the home of the Side Oven Bakery, where the Sellers family have lived and worked for five generations.
Provenance is our passion.
A wide range of cereals are grown on our Organic farm which following harvest are taken to the mill house where they are milled using a traditional stone ground mill.
We use a traditional wood burning oven in the bakery fuelled with timber from the farm. We find the gentle heat from the ebbing fire gives a wonderful depth to the flavour of our products.
More about the bakery can be found on our website – www.sideoven.com
Notes to the editor:
For further information please contact Jessica Sellers on 01262 488376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What's great about this event?
Sunday the 3rd of May will see a new addition to the race - an option open to the general public -- see below for registration details.
The Tour de Yorkshire Ride will give cyclists the chance to ride the route just hours before the pros race, but unlike the pros, you get to choose your distance! Three distance options are available for the sportive, from 50km, 108km or 140km routes. A women-only Cycletta sportive will also take place along the 50km route.
The event is being endorsed and supported by five-time Tour de France winner, Bernard Hinault, who will be giving sportive riders tips. Participants in the sportive will cross the same finish line as the pro riders and a winners’ ceremonies will take place on the Tour de Yorkshire podium.
The sportive will be held on the final day of the Tour de Yorkshire, Sunday 3rd May just hours before the pro race starts. The amatours race will leave Leeds those taking on the 140km long route will climb Pool Bank and head towards Sowerby Bridge. They will join the pro route at Mytholmroyd and up the 2014 Tour de France King of the Mountains Côte De Oxenhope Moor, which will be taken in the opposite direction, a real test of stamina with over 6.7 kilometres of near continuous climbing. Shortly after riders will travel through Haworth the same as La Tour.
Riders will climb 150 metres from Laycock to Sutton-in-Craven, before reaching the villages of Addingham and Ilkley. Riders on the long and medium routes will take on the Cow and Calf Climb, before the East Chevin Climb, after which cyclists will need all their remaining energy to climb the short but very steep Black Hill Road. The Tour de Yorkshire Ride culminates back at Roundhay Park where cyclists will be presented with their medal.
You can register for entry at letouryorkshire.com/sportive. However we believe this will be a very popular event and would recommend early sign up.
Entries will officially open on Thursday 4 February at 9am.
• Same routes, structures and spectators as for the pro race
• Finish on the Tour de Yorkshire finish line
• Tour de Yorkshire ride and pro race public village for you and your family
• Ceremonies on the Tour de Yorkshire podium
• One lucky rider will be part of the Tour de Yorkshire pro prize presentation
• Sportive riders dedicated viewing area of the pro race finish
• Tour de France legend and 5 times winner, Bernard Hinault, to provide everyone with his top training tips
• Yorkshire style support through the towns and villages
• Comparison climb times with the Pros (check how you compare with the best)
• Tour de France memorabilia mass giveaway at the Tour de Yorkshire village for 100s of lucky riders
• Etape du Tour bibs prize draw
• Tour de France VIP access prize draw
Event also includes
• Mechanical support – like the pros
• Medical support
• Sweep vehicle for those who cannot complete the route
• Energy drinks, bars and gels provided at feed stations
• Electronic chip timing
• Results texted to you as you cross the line
• Finisher's medal
AGE REQUIREMENT: Minimum Age 16 at 31 December, 2015