The amazing Ilkley Independents you should be supporting during lockdown

Before you run the supermarket gauntlet, consider supporting your local independent food and drink businesses in Ilkley. They’re offering delivery services of all your favourite sweet treats, restaurant-quality meals and local produce.  

Lishman’s of Ilkley are delivering all their delicious, locally sourced meat including sausages, steak and Easter hams!

For anyone struggling to get about, Erica Berry Flowers are delivering fresh fruit and vegetable boxes including four pints of milk for £30. Cheese lovers can get their fix with Wharfedale Fine Cheese’s essential box, local artisan and delivered weekly.

For some classic fish and chips, try Riverside Hotel who are still offering takeaway services through The Kabin; or Broadley’s Bistro & Wine Bar have even set up a fish and chip drive through to offer a limited contact customer service experience. 

Fish and chips on a Friday night as a family can still go ahead, thanks to our wonderful independent business owners.

Moin Moin Bäckerei are offering a delivery service of all their scrumptious baked goods but also still have their shop open on Brook Street so you can head their for fresh bread and sweet treats. 

If you want a little treat, Love Brownies are still offering all your favourite brownies through their website online and delivered straight to your door. The Little Teahouse are also making custom orders and offering cakes and scones to your door which they’re offering out via social media

Martinez Wine Bar are still taking orders online with everything from cabernet sauvignon to chardonnay, so to enjoy a little glass with dinner or celebrate with a whole bottle, head to their website.

Missing a proper pint in your local? Ilkley Brewery are offering a range of 5l mini casks for home delivery including Ilkley Blonde and Mary Jane.

Shopping locally doesn’t just help independent food and drink businesses to thrive and continue serving you but also helps local farmers, producers and bakers to have incomes and support themselves and their loved ones.

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