Lancashire Life

We are featured in the November issue of the Lancashire Life Magazine. Food writer and chef, Philippa James came along to the farm to see how we make the crisps.  She left very impressed with the way the whole Fiddler family gets involved – from growing and harvesting the potatoes through to frying and packing the crisps.

You can read Phillipa’s excellent article by clicking here.

 

 

Bickerstaffe Food Festival

We really enjoyed ourselves at the Bickerstaffe Food Festival.  The weather was amazing, which really brought out the crowds and put everyone in a fantastic foodie mood.  It was a great chance for us to again meet with and talk to customers, get some direct feedback on our crisps – which was very positive.

Many thanks to the organisers and we can’t wait for next year.  Click here to read more about the event and see our stall.

Southport Flower Show

After a hugely successful visit to the Clitheroe Food Festival last week we will be selling our crisps at the Southport Flower Show, starting this Thursday (18th August).  Our crisps went down really well at Clitheroe and we are hoping it will be more of the same at Southport.

We will be based in the food tent at Southport so please come along and see us if you can.

Launch success at Clitheroe

We had a fantastic response to our crisps from visitors to the Clitheroe Food Festival.  It was the first time we sold to the public and judging by the packs we sold I think we may be on to a winner.  It was a great event, with fantastic support from local people – it is something we would love to do again next year.

Clitheroe Food Festival

Fiddler’s Lancashire Crisps will be making their first ever public appearance at the Clitheroe Food Festival (www.clitheroefoodfestival.co.uk) on Saturday August 13th.

This will be the first time that we will be sampling and selling our crisps to the general public – and we can’t wait.  It has taken over 12 months to get into a position where we can begin selling our crisps and it is now a case of getting out there, telling people what we are about and encourage as many people as possible to try (and buy!) our crisps.

It will be a little nerve wracking, but also very exciting.  If you are going to Clitheroe for the festival please pay us a visit.