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The Green, Bollington: Opening Day

For months we have observed the refurbishment of the shop on High Street, Bollington. We learned through Facebook that it would be a cafe, something I think is a fantastic idea. 624 more words

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Bollington’s hidden secret…

Having been knee-deep in pizza deliveries, private party bookings and a new wine menu, we’ve neglected a hidden treasure that needs to be polished and shared with the Happy Valley. 226 more words

Half full or half empty restaurant?

You walk into a restaurant at 5.30pm on a Saturday, with an eye for a garlic bread, a Diavola pizza and a double helping of profiteroles, all washed down with a pint of Peroni, a bottle of Chianti and a Jamaican coffee. 495 more words

Review: The Lord Clyde

Last weekend we went to a wedding up near Sheffield on the edge on the Peak District and whilst up north we decided to make a weekend of it and the day after we had a lazy drive across the Peak District in some gorgeous spring sunshine to have lunch in a highly regarded pub, The Lord Clyde in Cheshire. 824 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Embracing the Gluten-free Carbs

The Gluten-free traffic is increasing through Briscola, with honks of “I wish I’d known earlier”. And so, our gut-friendly gluten-free blog is born.

Regardless of intolerance, allergy, weight-watching or stomachs that inflate like gym balls at the mere whiff of gluten, we are happy to provide ‘free-from’ dishes. 296 more words

Grinder

For those expecting an article on anything other than freshly ground coffee, we confirm this is a purely a coffee-bean-grinding-themed post.

A recent conversation held in the Happy Valley was around the popularity that a coffee house might attract – for walkers, parents off work, and those wanting a take-out caffeine boost. 216 more words