Coultons Bread Ltd are proud to be associated with this prestigious charity event, held at Greenmount Cricket Club in Tottington, Bury in Lancashire , and are main sponsors under their Bakestone brand banner.
The organisers behind this event are Andrew and Terri Eccles who are the Tenant landlords of the local pub “The Dungeon Inn” located in the village of Tottington, and they work tirelessly all year round to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. They organise fundraising events throughout the year to raise awareness and last year they raised an awesome amount of money.
The community really did dig deep, but this year we are hoping to raise even more.
The charity itself needs to raise millions each year to help as many ex-servicemen and women as possible get back to leading a full life just like many of us are fortunate to have.
If you would like to know where all the money goes and the great work Help for Heroes does, then visit their website Help for heroes website
There are just a few tickets left for this “Black Tie” gala dinner and if you would like to join us at this prestigious event, you can buy the tickets from Andrew or Terri at The Dungeon Inn The Dungeon Inn, Tottington ,or if you can’t come along and wish to donate please feel free to do so, or just pop into the pub any time all year round as they have collecting tins on the bar.
Coultons Bread Ltd, one of the UK’s leading distribution bakeries, will open the base at Cibyn Industrial Estate , Caernarfon in November 2016 and will create 20 jobs
This depot is a strategic partnership between Coultons Bread Ltd and Allied Bakeries, whose brands include Kingsmill, Burgen, Allinson, and Sunblest.
Howard Hunter, managing director of Coultons Bread Ltd: “This is an exciting time for us all at Coultons Bread as we look to grow our bakery third party logistics services.
“We have established this business model with Allied Bakeries over the last three years at our existing six depot operations and we are proud to have built a strong reputation for operational efficiency and service excellence for our customers. Coultons will distribute the full catalogue of Allied Bakeries brands.”
Allied Bakeries is one of three divisions of Allied Milling and Baking, which in turn is part of Associated British Foods plc.
Well what a great experience we just had. Our merry team of ladies and myself worked really hard at The Fine Food Speciality show at Olympia Exhibition hall this week. We had been in London for 4 days promoting our unique Eccles cakes from Eccles in Lancashire.
Eccles is “the home of eccles cakes” and we met some lovely people who ate our product samples and said they were gorgeous. Their words not mine I hasten to add.
Older folk seemed to know what they were, but the younger people, and people from around the world had never heard of them loved them.
It was our first time that we had done a trade show and it is really hard on your legs and feet and you are really glad to get back to the hotel for that lovely hot bath to ease your aching body. I know I sound a bit dramatic, and it’s probably nothing like running a marathon or climbing a mountain. I think it’s because you are just stood around in the same sort of spot for hours.
So you ask was it worth it? well we got a lot of interest, and we will look through all the business cards we collected, and speak to potential customers over the coming weeks.
You never know what may come of it, one day you could be eating one of our gorgeous eccles cakes.