We are pleased to announce that we are now supporting a young motorcycle champion from Skelmanthorpe as he races towards his goal of winning two championships this year.
We’re very pleased to announce that Yummy Yorkshire founder Louise Holmes has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Network She Foundation International Women’s Day Awards 2014.
We are aiming to get pulses racing with the creation of several special Valentine’s Day flavours full of aphrodisiac ingredients.
Help us raise funds for Sam. He is the son of one of the team here at Yummy Yorkshire. We will be giving 20p from each scoop of Chocolate ice cream (Sam’s favourite flavour) sold between now and his operation.
Yummy Yorkshire is seeking a partner to run a community ‘grow your own’ project with on their south Huddersfield farm.
Yummy Yorkshire have a vacant 5m x 10m square plot of land available which it hopes to nurture and turn into a vegetable patch with the help of nearby garden growers.
Get some fresh air on a festive stroll this Christmas, with a saunter around Ingbirchworth Reservoir.
Yummy Yorkshire had its ice cream served to hundreds of guests at the BBC Sports Personality Awards in Leeds last weekend.
Yummy Yorkshire, supplied the Rhubarb and Ginger Ice Cream which was served as part of a trio of desserts at the pre-event meal at Leeds Town Hall on Sunday evening attended by 400 people.
Yummy Yorkshire showcased its produce at a meal celebrating the benefits of wind energy attended by chef and broadcaster Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
The ‘Great British Wind Meal’ event, which took place at the chef’s River Cottage Plymouth Canteen and was organised by RenewableUK and energyshare on Friday (29 November), showcased products where the ingredients come from sources powered by the wind.
We are chuffed to bits to announce that Yummy Yorkshire has won the Huddersfield Examiner ‘place to make it award’ 2013.