Every year we appear at the Bakewell Show, established in 1819 and is one of the oldest agricultural shows in the UK.
Bakewell Show has evolved into the diverse event it is today with something for everybody, including Bakewell Tarts.
We have won The Redfern Farm Shop Trophy for the last 3 years for the Best Stand in the food and farming section.
Make a date to come to the show on August 1st or 2nd if you can. You won't regret it. www.bakewellshow.org
A Visit from Adrian
Once famous as a member of The Young Ones, Adrian Edmondson met up with the Bakewell Tart Shop's Zoe McBurnie during one of his popular TV series whilst touring the country 'Ade in Britain' to taste our famous tart. The Bakewell Tart Shop has proven a popular stopping place for celebrities who visit Derbyshire, and Bakewell itself draws many tourists as it is one of the prettiest towns in the country.
Ken Escapes from Coronation Street
Away from Manchester for a day in the country, William Roache (better known as Ken Barlow in the long-running soap) stopped by at The Bakewell Tart Shop for lunch and to admire the tasty cakes and pastries on sale in the shop and cafe.
Renown for Bakewell Tarts and Puddings, the shop also supplies a selection of freshly baked award winning Traditional Dales Steak Pies, national and international treats that keep customers coming back for more.
Our traditional Bakewell Tart was featured on the Great British Menu with Michelin starred chef Glynn Purnell.
Glynn and his film crew visited our shop to see how the tarts are made and taste our delicous Bakewell Tart for the show.
Winner of Xfactor 2005 Dropped in for a visit. He is now a regular celeb visitor.
Andy Peters, Chris Jarvis from Cbeebies
Angelica Bell & Michael Underwood, Joe Tracini from Hollyoaks
Team Rook staying at the Bakewell Tart shop holiday accomadation, taking part in the weekend event of Eroica Britannia.
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