Canvas - Pork Pie Shoppe, Melton Mowbray By Pete Feeny This Stunning photo canvas of The Pork Pie Shoppe, Melton Mowbray, captures a moment in time of Nottingham Street. Date of Photo, 26/6/2020 Size inches 22inch x 16inch
Melton at Night – Canvas From the original work of Claire Powell - Squiggling Squirrels Depicting a scene from the Market Town of Melton Mowbay, Featuring the ancient church of St Mary's and the Crown public. Size 40cm x 40cm
Canvas - St Mary's Melton Mowbray By Pete Feeny This Stunning photo canvas of a arial view of Melton Mowbray, featuring St Mary’s Church. , Melton Mowbray. Date of Photo, /1/2021 Size inches 22inch x 16inch
Canvas - The Half Moon Inn, Melton Mowbray By Pete Feeny This Stunning photo canvas of The Half Moon Inn, Melton Mowbray, captures a moment in time of Nottingham Street. Date of Photo, 15/2/2014 Size inches 22inch x 16inch
Title - A Gift From Melton Mowbray - Fudge Pocket Tin Art work - "Ann of Cleves & St Mary's Church" by Claire Powell - Squiggling Squirrels 100g tin Ingredients: Sugar, Glucose Syrup, sweetened condense Milk, palm oil, clotted cream, 4%(milk, Butter (milk) Emulsifier Soya Lecithin, humectant Glycerine, salt. Allergy Advice : may contain nuts.
Forest Friends Pencil/Ruler Pack Forest Friends 5 piece stationary pack, containing: 1 x Pencil 1 x Ruler 1 x Eraser 1 x Sharpener 1 x Notepad Features 20 cm Please sate the design you would like, Fox, badger, hedgehog or dear.
Tweed Plush Long Fox Fom House of Paws This toy is for use by pets only. Always supervise your dog during playtime and remember to remove toys if damage occurs or any parts become detached Like Tweet Pin it Fancy
Janod Toys Baby Forest Wooden Fox Stacker The Baby Forest Fox Stacker toy from French toy company Janod, is a delightful first stacking toy for babies. The 6 stacking pieces are painted in bright colours and consist of 5 rings and a friendly baby fox top piece. The Baby Forest Fox Stacker is perfect for developing hand eye coordination and shape matching. Size: 17.5cm x 10cm x 10cm. Age: 12 months +
Fox Skipping Rope From Janod Pretty skipping rope made of solid wood and felt for the ears. Rope : 2 meters adjustable. Unscrew, then turn the rope in the head until it comes out to adjust the length. Age 3 - 8 Years Dimensions 13.3 x 3.9 x 3.9 cm (5.2 x 1.5 x 1.5") Material(s) Wood (cherry wood), felt
Rusty the Fox jumbo storage bag Made from recycled bottles, it comes with a metal zip fastening and woven nylon handles, making it strong enough to store clothes, bedding, toys and more! They are also a great alternative to boxes when you're moving house, going on a trip in the car, or for students moving into their new accommodation. And once you're done with them you can fold them up and put them away until you need them again. An ever popular design perfect for storing toys Eco-friendly bag made from recycled plastic bottles. Material: Plastic Dimensions: Length: 55 cm Height: 48 cm Width: 28 cm
Rusty the Fox design lunch bag. This cool bag is practical as well as cute: it has a zip closure, foil-lined insulation, handy carrying handles and is made from recycled plastic bottles. Material: Metal, Plastic Dimensions: Length: 21 cm Height: 16 cm Width: 12 cm
Gift From Melton Mowbray - Lemon Crisp Cookies By Claire Powell "Squiggling Squirrels" Made by Farrahs of Harrogate. 200g tube Ingredients Fortified Wheat flour, (Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, - Vitimin B3, Thiamine - Vitamin B1) Vegetable oil, (non-hyrogenated palm oil and palm kernel oil, rapeseed oil, water, salt, natural flovouring) sugar, milk powder, lemon oil salt Allergy advice For allergens, including cerals, containg gluten, see ingredients in bold. Not suitalbe for nut allergy sufferes due to manufacturing methods may also contain traces of egg, milk mustard, sesame, soya and wheat.
Post Card - Melton Mowbray Six Image, Mark Place, The Crown Pub & St Mary's Church, The Bede Houses, Ye Old Pork Pie Shoppe/Sasuage shop and the Half Moon pub, St Mary's Church, The Anne of Cleves.
Melton Mowbray is a small town in the middle of the country. The name
Melton comes from the early English word “MEDELTONE”, meaning “ middle
town surrounded by small hamlets”. Mowbray comes from the early Lord of
the Manor – namely Robert de Mowbray.
It is a very popular market town in the heart of Leicestershire.
Tourists come to visit the weekly Tuesday markets, which are one of the
last remaining indoor cattle markets and the town centre street market.
Famous for it’s food , Melton Mowbray is known as the “Rural Capital of
Food”, and is most famous for Pork Pies and Stilton Cheese.
What else is MELTON MOWBRAY famous for ?
ANNE OF CLEVES – In the 16th Century it was bestowed to the estates of
Anne of Cleves by Henry VIII, as part of the divorce settlement’
although there is local debate about whether she ever stayed there. It
is a Grade II*Listed Building , now a public house owned by Everards, a
Leicester based brewery.
ST MARY’S CHURCH – In 1927 St Mary’s Church was considered to be the
Cathedral of Leicestershire. Although the building was probably the
stronger contestant, the title was politically awarded to Leicester
Cathedral, 14 miles away.
Most of the fabric of the church dates from the 13th and early 14th
centuries. It is an outstanding example of a medieval building.
YE OLDE PORK PIE SHOPPE – One of Melton’s most iconic buildings, it’s
black and white style stands out on one of Melton’s high streets. It is
one of the oldest pork pie bakeries in the country, where hand raised
pork pies are still made today.
REGAL CINEMA – Melton is very fortunate to have it’s own small cinema,
owned and run by a family of film enthusiasts. It has been completely
refurbished in Art Deco style, and is well supported by it’s members ,
both local residents and those from out of town.
PARKS – Melton has a beautiful town park as well as a lovely country
park. Twin Lakes, a themed park, is also in the local area and is very
popular with Melton’s children and younger generations.
Melton Mowbray welcomes tourist visitors and it is essential to offer
souvenirs and gifts for them to remember their visit by There is a
sentimental aspect too about “good old Melton Mowbray”.
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