‘Celebration of Derbyshire’ at Chatsworth
PUBLISHED: 13:41 30 September 2014 | UPDATED: 13:41 30 September 2014
Local producers, craftspeople and representatives of county businesses were invited to a ‘Celebration of Derbyshire’ showcase in the grounds of Chatsworth House for Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh’s visit to Derbyshire.
'Celebration of Derbyshire' at Chatsworth
Georgina Chappell and Guy Middleton of Holdsworth Chocolates
Bottles of Peak Ales beer
The patriotic Denby stand
Moira Elliot of The Bakewell Brownie Company
Baskets and homeware
Rapeseed oil from Brock & Morten
Kim Dearing of Ooh La La with a Derbyshire cake, similair to one presented to The Queen
Claire Kitchen of Chatsworth Farm Shop
Dry stone walling demonstration
The University of Derby stand
Alan Hibbert and Dom McCall of The Original Buxton Pudding Company
Amongst the 20 stalls on Lodge Hill were Holdsworth Chocolates, The Original Buxton Pudding Company, Ooh La La, The Bakewell Brownie Company, Peak Ales, Thornbridge Brewery, The Bakewell Bakery, Bittersweet Chocolates, The Old Cheese Shop at Hartington, Peak Buffalo, Brock & Morten, Chatsworth Farm Shop, Denby Pottery and CW Sellors. Members of the Derbyshire branch of the Dry Stone Walling Association also gave a traditional demonstration.
On arrival at Chatsworth, The Queen was presented with a hamper of Derbyshire produce.