Buy British Event in our Sheepskin Workshop, in Barton St David

The Bradshaw Family were fascinated at this traditional business, the skills used to handmake our slippers winning the day. After a quick chat with the local Western Gazette and Mendip Times we had a sample of the Raspberry and White Chocolate Buttercream cake provided by Cakes By Samantha. The day ended with a round of slippers bought by the Bradshaws to keep their tootsies warm in Kent!

A big thank you to everyone!

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Fosseway Cider – The slightly sparkling Cider was a big hit with everyone, available in two sizes in Medium or Medium dry. There is something for everyone – and we love the name “Somerset Glory”. Local Cider from Lydford-On-Fosse, a small set up with a great future ahead.

Cakes By Samantha – What can we say? The beautifully iced vanilla sponge, alongside the most gorgeous sheep cupcakes, filled with Strawberry and Champagne Jam. The Bradshaws adored the display and were admiring the union jack design for quite some time! Using local ingredients for all of her cakes, a champion of local produce, she embraces the “buy British” campaign every time she makes a cake! Along with oodles of imagination, beautiful design, she also has some of the scrummiest cakes around!

James Chocolates -Handmade in Evercreech, these chocolates not only taste amazing, they look it too! We had the “Shepton Sheep”, which we were delighted with. Lucan, the Bradshaws’ Son, was particularly happy with the chocolate lolly!

Local ingredients 100% handcrafted!

Honeyshop – Based in Somerton, Eddie Howe is a local beekeeper with a great passion for our buzzing friends! His honey is sold locally and we were all lucky enough to have a jar to take home. A great source for skincare products made with natural honey at