Below are a selection of links to external sites that we think you might find of interest:-

 

Freedom Foods

"Freedom Food is the farm assurance and food labelling scheme established by the RSPCA, one of the world's leading animal welfare organisations. The scheme is a charity in its own right, set up in 1994 to improve the welfare of farm animals and offer consumers a higher welfare choice."

The Organic Food Federation

"The Organic Food Federation is at the forefront of promoting organic methods and maintaining high standards and best practice within the sector."


SEAFISH

"Seafish, the authority on seafood, works across all sectors of the seafood industry to promote good quality, sustainable seafood.  Our research and projects are aimed at raising standards, improving efficiency and ensuring that our industry develops in a viable way."

Game's On

"BASC has been promoting game as a healthy, sustainable and highly nutritious food source since the WAGBI recipe books were first produced, probably since around the mid 1960’s.

BASC’s game marketing initiative, Game’s On was launched in 2005 and since then has created a first class web portal and a distributed over 150,000 high quality recipe leaflets through a network of game fairs, game tasting events and through game dealers and their customers."

Whitby Tourist Information

Whitby is dominated by the cliff-top ruins of the beautiful 13th century Whitby Abbey. This traditional maritime town, with its old cobbled streets, picturesque houses and sandy blue flag beach is a great place for a holiday or short break, Whitby is set among fine stretches of coast with spectacular cliffs, beaches and bays.

Cumbria Tourist Information

Welcome to golakes, the official website of Cumbria Tourism. The Lake District has some of the most spectacular lakes and mountains, a great choice of exciting attractions and plenty of Cumbrian events the Lake District is a perfect holiday destination to visit.

Lake District Park

England's largest National Park includes Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.