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Get a slice of award-winning baker in Oundle

By Brad Barnes

Hambleton Bakery's Julian Carter
Hambleton Bakery's Julian Carter

A sixth branch of the award-winning Hambleton Bakery - specialising in artisan bread made with traditional ingredients, and baked using traditional methods -opens next week in Oundle.

The new venture by Tim Hart and former ITV’s Britain’s Best Bakery competition winner Julian Carter will open its doors at Oundle Wharf on Monday.

The first Hambleton Bakery opened in September 2008 when Julian and Tim sought to produce top quality traditionally-made bread for Michelin-starred Hambleton Hall hotel and restaurant in Rutland and Hart’s hotel and restaurant in Nottingham.

In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Market Harborough, Oakham, Stamford and West Bridgford in addition to Oundle.

Head baker Julian said: “We are excited to be returning to Oundle. Our new site at the Wharf offers maximum convenience to our Oundle customers to drop in regularly. It has a large car park and is close to Waitrose.”

The most popular items at Hambleton Bakery - commended for “Baker of the Year” in the Farm Shop & Deli Awards 2015 from over 500 entries - include: Hambleton Sourdough, White Sourdough, Spelt, Hambleton Local , Whole-wheat Bread, Date & Walnut Bread, Gluten Free Bread, and Borodinsky Rye Bread.

Contact Hambleton Bakeries on www.hambletonbakeries.co.uk


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