Throughout the year we host many events in the Parlour. Here are a few pictures of just some of them. Events include:
Parlour Pudding Nights, all homemade in the Parlour and a treat for the Pudding lover
Great Broadstairs Bake Off, organised by Gina – monthly baking themes and free to attend
Stitch n Bitch, organised by Gina – wide range of skills (I’m at the lower end!)
Foraging with Lucia
Tea tasting, with our tea blender Rosie Lea Teas
Christmas and Easter decorations – with homebaked, seasonal food of course!
Baking for adults and children
Community events including Town Trails for children at Easter and Halloween
Charitanle events – every year we nominate a charity to support
Ice cream extravaganza – so many ways to enjoy our homemade ice creams
Making Christmas cakes
Making Christmas decorations with Karen of Black Iris Floristry, whilst enjoying some festive tipples and nibbles
Botanical drinks with Lucia – this Buckthorn fizz was particularly good.
Ice cream extravaganza night – this one was Eton mess ice cream with homemade meringue and fresh strawberries in homemade clotted ice cream and a swirl of Nip from the Hip Strawberry and Vanilla Vodka
A selection of Halloween bakes from the Broadstairs Bake Off Group
Our Halloween window for the children to enjoy on the Broadstairs town trail – organised by the Broadstairs Chamber of Commerce. We supply over 500 goodies for children to collect. Halloween witches sticks, cupcakes, pumpkin biscuits
Providing the tea party for Mel Giedroyc, supporting Marie Curie to launch their Blooming Great Tea Party. Thank you Pete Jones for the photograph.
The Parlour Puddimg nights – arrive very hungry as you will feel very full by 10pm!
There is something particularly satisfying about finding delicious things to eat that are growing in the wild – and all free! Here at the Parlour we are lucky to have our own small holding brimming with wildlife, bountiful hedgerows and surrounded by ancient woodlands. We have also teamed up with the wonderfully knowledgeable Lucia Stuart, author, chef and illustrator, to offer foraging forays that explore the fantastic coast on our doorstep. We have enjoyed cooking with seaweed, nettles, Elderflowers and berries, blackberries, hawthorns, sloes, wild damsons, buckthorn, wild garlic, dandelion, roses and violets and much more. Look out for more foraging opportunities in the Parlour!
We are closed for a short break from 3rd to 18th January. We open again on 19th January at 10am – 6pm then as usual seven days per week.
We are open every day, as usual, 10-6 until 23rd December
24th December 10-4
25th and 26th December Closed
27th December 12.30-6
28th December – 2nd January 10-6
3rd January – 16th January – we are closed for a break
17th January 2017 – open every day 10-6
Thank you for all the custom in 2016, wishing you all a happy and healthy 2017 full of tea, cake and laughter