Bakewell Guided Walking Tour
"Secrets and Legends of Ancient Bakewell" takes place every Thursday between the beginning of April and the end of October. The tour leaves Bakewell Tourist Information Centre at 2p.m.
Booking: Bakewell Tourist Information Centre 01629 813227
or via Bakewell Old House Museum 01629 813642
Please book by 1 p.m. on the day of the tour.
for further information: bakewellguidedtours.wordpress.com
Chamber Series Continues, 28 April
Our musicians return with a fine performance of:
Haydn-String quartet, Opus 64 ‘The Lark’
Schubert-String Quintet in C Major
Caroline Pether – violin ; Rosemary Attree – violin ; Raymond Lester – viola, Nick Trygstad -cello ; Dale Culliford -cello
28 April, 7.30pm (doors 7pm)
Tickets £12 / £10 www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/327839
BAKER TO APPEAR AT BAKEWELL'S 6TH FOOD
The Bakewell Food Festival returns for its sixth year, once
more celebrating the wealth of excellent local produce that the Peak District
and this beautiful market town have to offer. As well as the multi-award
winning farmers market at the Agricultural Business Centre, the town’s historic
streets will host more than their usual splendid offerings of food fayre to
tempt your palate! Exciting news for this year is that Bakewell based Hartington School of food will
feature Great British Bake Off's 'star baker, Howard Middleton , who will be
demonstrating his cookery and baking skills all day Sunday..
The festival will include over 50 stalls around the streets
of this beautiful historic, riverside market town, with the focus being on food
and drink. Tasting trail, road shows, cookery demonstrations, children’s rides,
owls, ponies and donkeys. The Old House museum and historic church will be
open, craft and gift fairs in venue’s around the town.