Growing Newsome’s 2017 homegrown preserves for sale

Jam gift boxes
We have a selection of preserves available now, all freshly made this Summer and Autumn from fruit and vegetables grown in the Newsome area…



gift boxes and bagsChristmas gift boxes – £5 each

We’re offering our popular gift boxes again this year. Each box contains two 8oz jars of homegrown preserves – you can choose the contents from our selection of jams, jellies and pickles. Look out for more Autumn preserves as we make them.

They are boxed with a pretty fabric ribbon and tag (designs may vary).

Choose any two jars:

  • Jam – Plum, Plum and Apple*, Blackberry and Apple, Tayberry and Lime, Blackcurrant, Strawberry, Rhubarb and Ginger, Courgette and Ginger,
    Rich Summer Fruit*.
  • Jelly – Redcurrant*, Blackcurrant, Bramble.
  • Other preserves – Sweet Pickled Beetroot, Rhubarb and Ginger sauce
    (with pear and orange).

*low stock

recyclable

Easy to recycle or reuse

Our gift boxes are fully recyclable. The box, tag, labels and stickers are made of paper and card. Our ribbons are fabric, which can be composted or reused.

Glass jars can be taken to bottle banks or recycling centres – or you’re welcome to return the jars to us at any Growing Newsome event.



Christmas gift bags – £7 each

Our gift bags contain two 1lb jars of some of our most popular preserves. Choose any two of: Blackberry and Apple Jam, Plum Jam*, Blackcurrant Jelly, Rhubarb and Ginger Jam, Orange Marmalade. The sturdy paper bags have windows, a pretty fabric ribbon, a Christmas tag and a “Handmade with love” sticker.

*low stock


Individual jars*

We also have a good selection of individual jars of preserves. Please ask for our latest information on 6oz, 12oz and 1lb jars.


*Prices

Our standard individual preserves are:
£2.40 (1Ib jar) or £2.20 (12oz jar) or £1.80 (8oz jar).

Our chutney is £2 for an 8oz jar.
Our beetroot is £2.20 for a 12oz jar.
Our quince jelly (soft set) is £1.80 for a 6oz jar.


Apart from the citrus fruits, all our fresh ingredients are homegrown, so we have limited supplies and therefore not every preserve may be available in every jar size. 


Delivery or collection

You can pick up your preserves from us in Newsome or in Huddersfield Town Centre – or we may be able to drop them off for you if you’re nearby. Please email growingnewsome@gmail.com to make an order.

or visit our stall

  • Christmas Craft Market – Saturday 25th November 2017
    10am to 2pm at Berry Brow Methodist Church, Birch Road, Berry Brow

 

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Stirley Farm Food Festival – 30th September 2017

Stirley Food Festival

Stirley Farm Food Festival
Saturday 30th September 2017
11am to 9pm

Join us for this very popular annual food festival. It’s a day of food, fun and celebration on our local wildlife-friendly farm.

There will be games, crafts, stalls and more to keep all the family entertained. Come see how the farm is developing and taste some delicious home grown food.

You can pick up some locally grown goodies from the Growing Newsome stall, including jams and other preserves made from fruit and vegetables grown in Newsome and donated by local volunteers and friends.

 

Stalls and activities on the day include:

jam stall

  • Local food and crafts
  • Beer and cider tent
  • Cocktails and live music
  • Stalls from local producers
  • Veg from the farm
  • Cookery demonstrations
  • Crafts local to the area
  • Kids tent with fun activities for children
  • Music and beer until 9pm

The festival is a drop in event and admission is free. There are charges for some activities and for food and drink.

Stirley Food Festival 2017 poster (PDF)

Cows in a field on a sunny day

Venue location

Stirley Community Farm
off Hall Bower Lane
Berry Brow
Huddersfield
HD4 6RP

Grid reference
SE147136


Organised by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust


 

Natural Kirklees Charity Fete – 13th August 2017

Greenhead Park

Natural Kirklees Charity Fete

Sunday 13th August 2017

From 1pm to 4pm

Venue: Greenhead Park, Huddersfield

Park information
Map & directions


Join us in the park this Sunday for local food & family fun

Natural Kirklees, Friends of Greenhead Park and the Parks and Greenspaces Team at Kirklees Council are hosting a special Charity Fete for groups who are involved in parks and green spaces in Kirklees. The Fete is a great opportunity to meet local environmental groups and there are lots of fun activities to try, both in the event marquee and around the park.

Join us in Greenhead Park on Sunday 13th August for family fun games and activities including mindful movement workshops, making fruit kebabs and drinks, a duck salad bar, nordic walking, pond dipping, forest school fun, origami, raffles, crafty activities and a chance to try out different mountain bikes. You can also purchase seasonal fruit, herbs and vegetables. There will be music from Hade Edge Band and the Ukulele Band. The Friends of Greenhead Park will be serving tea and cakes in the marquee.

jam stall

Growing Newsome will be there with plenty of home made treats, made from fruit and vegetables that have been grown in Newsome and donated by our generous volunteers and friends. Please come and visit us in the marquee on the event field near the top of the park (just across from the miniature train tracks). Our stall is open from 1pm to 4pm.

At 2pm Enjoy the sound of brass in the great outdoors with Hade Edge Band. They will be performing on the Greenhead Park bandstand as part of a programme of concerts organised by the Friends of Greenhead Park. Limited seating is available and you are welcome to bring your own folding chairs or rugs.  Free – there will be a collection in aid of the Friends of Greenhead Park.

At 1.30pm, 2.30pm & 3.30pm Take part in Nordic Walking or Pond Dipping in the park. You can register at the information stall.

We hope to see you there.

Growing Newsome’s 2016 homegrown preserves for sale

jam stallWe have a selection of preserves available now, all freshly made this Summer and Autumn from fruit and vegetables grown in the Newsome area…


Jam gift boxesChristmas gift boxes – £5 each

We’re offering our popular gift boxes again this year. Each box contains two 8oz jars of homegrown preserves – you can choose the contents from our selection of jams, jellies, chutney and marmalade. They are boxed with a pretty fabric ribbon and tag.

Choose any two jars:

  • Jam – Plum, Plum and Apple, Blackberry and Apple, Gooseberry and Elderflower, Strawberry, Strawberry Loganberry and Lime, Rhubarb and Ginger, Courgette and Ginger.
  • Jelly – Redcurrant, Blackcurrant, Bramble, Mixed Currant.
  • Chutney and marmalade – Beetroot Chutney, Marrow and Orange Marmalade.

Christmas gift bags – £7 each

New this year, we’re offering gift bags containing two 1lb jars of some of our most popular preserves. Each bag contains one pound jar of Blackberry and Apple Jam, and one pound jar of either Redcurrant Jelly, Bramble Jelly or Apple and Blackberry Jelly. The bags are sealed with a pretty fabric ribbon, a Christmas tag and a “Handmade with love” sticker.


Individual jars*

We also have a good selection of individual jars of preserves:

Jam

Blackberry and Apple jam, Courgette and Ginger jam, Four Berry and Apple jam, Gooseberry and Elderflower jam, Plum jam, Plum and Apple jam, Rhubarb and Ginger jam, Strawberry jam, Strawberry Loganberry and Lime jam.

Jelly

Apple and Blackberry jelly, Blackcurrant jelly, Redcurrant jelly, Mixed Currant jelly, Bramble jelly.

Chutney, pickles and marmalade

Beetroot chutney, Sweet Pickled Beetroot, Marrow and Orange marmalade.


*Prices

Our standard individual preserves are:
£2.40 (1Ib jar) or £2.20 (12oz jar) or £1.80 (8oz jar).

Our chutney is £2 for an 8oz jar.
Our beetroot is £2.20 for a 12oz jar.
Our marrow marmalade is £2 for an 80z jar.


Apart from the citrus fruits, all our fresh ingredients are homegrown, so we have limited supplies and therefore not every preserve may be available in every jar size. 


Delivery or collection

You can pick up your preserves from us in Newsome or in Huddersfield Town Centre – or we may be able to drop them off for you if you’re nearby. Please email growingnewsome@gmail.com to make an order.

or visit our stall

  • Christmas Craft Market – Saturday 26th November 2016
    10am to 2pm at Newsome South Methodist Church, Birch Road, Berry Brow
  • Christmas Fair – Sunday 27th November 2016
    10am to 4pm at Paddock Village Hall, West View, Paddock

Autumn Gathering – Saturday 15th October 2016

Autumn Gathering jam

Love local food? There’s lots for you to enjoy at this event…

Autumn Gathering

Saturday 15th October 2016
10am to 1pm

Newsome Scout Hall
Newsome Road South
Huddersfield HD4 6JJ

redcurrant jam
Lots of preserves and other goodies made from fruit, vegetables and herbs grown in Newsome.

Kids crafts – get creative in our craft corner using natural materials to make a collage or creature.

Reading Circle book stall (with all sorts of books).

Recipes  and tasters – find out what you can make.

Produce share – please bring along any surplus fruit or vegetables that you’d like to share.

Tea, coffee and home made cakes available.

Information about local volunteering, events and activities.

Jam jar amnesty – clean, small jam jars (1 Ib or less) are welcome.


Autumn planting garlicgarlic

Autumn Planting:

Autumn planting vegetables for you to take home – including a great selection of garlic bulbs, onions, shallots, seeds and some fruit and veg plants.

Protect your plants – good quality plant protection fabric on sale by the metre.


Autumn soup

Souper Soups:
served from 12 noon to 1pm

Enjoy a choice of seasonal soups for lunch at the Scout Hall, made with local vegetables and served with a selection of fresh local breads, followed by a hot Autumn pudding made with local fruit.

Autumn cake



hedgehogHow you can help:

  • Display a poster:
    Autumn Gathering poster (PDF)
  • Bring something for the cake stall.
  • Bring along the rest of the family or bring a friend.
  • Please get in touch if you’d like to come along and help out on the day.

Organised by Growing Newsome


 

Stirley Farm Food Festival – 4th September 2016

Stirley Food Festival 2016

Stirley Farm Food Festival
Sunday 4th September 2016
11am to 7pm

Join us for this very popular annual food festival. It’s a day of food, fun and celebration on our local wildlife-friendly farm.

There will be games, crafts, stalls and more to keep all the family entertained. Come see how the farm is developing and taste some delicious home grown food.

You can pick up some locally grown goodies from the Growing Newsome stall, including jams and other preserves made from fruit and vegetables grown in Newsome and donated by local volunteers and friends.

 

Stalls and activities on the day include:

jam stall

  • Local food and crafts
  • Beer and cider tent
  • Cocktails and live music
  • Stalls from local producers
  • Veg from the farm available to eat
  • Cookery demonstrations
  • Crafts local to the area
  • Fun activities for children
  • Music and beer in the marquee until 7pm

The festival is a drop in event and admission is free. There are charges for some activities and for food and drink.

Stirley Food Festival 2016 poster (PDF)

Cows in a field on a sunny day

Venue location

Stirley Community Farm
off Hall Bower Lane
Berry Brow
Huddersfield
HD4 6RP

Grid reference
SE147136


Organised by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust


 

Christmas Craft Market – 28th November 2015

Christmas jam stall

Berry Brow Christmas Craft Market
Saturday 28th November 2015
From 10am to 2pm

Newsome South Methodist Church, Birch Road, Berry Brow HD4 7LP

Looking for some homegrown gifts for Christmas? Come along to our stall at the Christmas Craft Market in Berry Brow to choose from 20 different types of preserve, all made with fruit or vegetables grown in Newsome. Our seasonal treats include Christmas gift boxes, plus lots of individual jams, fruit jellies, pickles and chutney. We’ll also have some little stocking fillers and a selection of good quality books from our friends at the Reading Circle.

The craft market features many stalls with handmade or unique gifts. Stalls include: jewellery, confectionery, children’s gifts, books, handmade cards and gifts for pets. Refreshments are available.

There’s a small entry fee, in support of Berry Brow Carnival.

We hope to see you there.

Christmas Craft Market 2015 (pdf)

 

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