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We are now offering a contactless delivery service every Tuesday. Call us to order on 0151 924 1615 by Monday 11am and we will deliver to you on Tuesday morning approx 9.30am. Delivery is to the L22 and L23 areas and costs £2.50 or free if you spend over £25.


We are excited to be launching a new pie in collaboration with Maray restaurant at the Albert Dock.

We have been working with the chefs at the highly acclaimed Maray restaurant over the past few months and they are now ready for sale!
The new vegetarian pie is flavoured with a unique blend of spices and is cased in our traditional pie pastry with a nigella seed topping.

New Products 2019

We have introduced some new products – a Veggie Tikka Masala Pie, Vegan Chocolate Cake, Gluten Free Brownies (individually wrapped). We are also working on a Vegan Roll and some other exciting pies to cater for non-meat eaters….watch this space.


The Red Berry Club, 10-14 Jamaica Street in Liverpool is now selling a selection of our products including sausage rolls, pork pies and croissants.

New Shop Opened 12 September 2018

The owners of The Bakehouse Cafe in Formby opened a new cafe in Halsall called The Village Bakehouse Cafe and Bakery at Halsall War Memorial & Recreation Ground. They are selling a wide variety of our products.


We were mentioned on radio 4:

radio 4Have a listen to the Radio 4 programme with Laurie Taylor which mentions us, Iced Buns and our Pork Pies….you will be surprised!

Gluten Free Con

There is an interesting article in The Observer Food Monthly, January 2016, discussing the science of healthy eating. Many people ask us about gluten free options and it’s not something we can do but this article states:

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The Liverpool Echo search for the perfect pie

Read more about what they had to say about our pies…obviously we think they need look no further….

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Good news – pies might be good for you!

Article stating that …”higher levels of some saturated fats, in particular a type of saturated fat you get in milk and dairy products called margaric acid, were associated with a lower risk of heart disease.”

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Worrying for the supermarket but good news for us

Interesting article saying that “..people who can afford to care about food are choosing, where possible, to use their local butchers and bakers”

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Welcome to our new web site

We are really pleased to introduce our new web site which reflects our modern style and approach. On the web site you can:

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