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Walkers Book Club

Pies and Prejudice by Stuart Maconie

Posted:

10th April 2018


Two of the book club members really liked this book. Jo Fairweather commented: 

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Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey

Posted:

3rd April 2018


This books follows the main character Maud, an ageing grandmother, who believes that her friend Elizabeth is missing, but no one seems to believe her or take her seriously. Is it because Maud suffers from dementia or is something more sinister going on? 

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The Summer Queen by Elizabeth Chadwick

Posted:

3rd April 2018


This book is a historical novel about Eleanor of Aquitaine during the 12th Century, starting with the death of her father to her being married to Henry II of England.

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To Catch A Rabbit by Helen Cadbury

Posted:

3rd April 2018


I was looking forward to reading this book as it was set in my hometown of Doncaster, and also York, a place I know very well.

Outside Catering Service

Posted:

9th January 2018


We offer an bespoke outside catering service through our Food To Go counter. 

We can make a selection of savouries and desserts to cater for a family party or you can simply order one of your favourite cakes. There is no minimum spend, just discuss your needs with our Food To Go team and we will do our best to meet them.

Walkers Pines

Posted:

18th December 2017


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A Week in December Sebastian Faulks

Posted:

12th December 2017


This book is possibly not one that I would have chosen for myself. However, I have to say I did enjoy it. 

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The Colour by Rose Tremain

Posted:

12th December 2017


This book was well received by the group, being given a score of 8/10. 

Have you seen the new Swan Lake inspired display?

Posted:

14th November 2017


Kokedama Cream Tea

Posted:

10th November 2017


Stefan from Tranquil Plants joined us for a cream tea with a twist in October. He delivered an informative and interactive Kokedama demonstration followed by one of our delicious cream tea.

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We have lots renewable energy initiatives, such as recycling rain water for plant irrigation, 150sqm of solar panels, a ground source heat pump
that heats the gift shop and provides hot water for the bakery and a biomass boiler which heats the greenhouses, the cafe and toilets.