Wensleydale


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Wensleydale

an English longwool meat sheep, polled, with blue face and legs.
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Jerry Dickinson of the Wensleydale Railway, said: "It was fantastic - the event of the year for us and exactly the sort of partnership with business we're looking for in our efforts to broaden the appeal of this beautiful heritage line.
And Sainsbury's has jazzed up traditional Panettone with prosecco and will introduce two new Wensleydale cheeses - one with double chocolate fudge and chocolate chips, and the other with Irish Cream and vanilla fudge.
David Hartley, Managing Director at the Wensleydale Creamery, said: "Consumers are increasingly demanding convenience and requesting a more accessible format, evidenced by the driven expansion of retailers in this sector and the growth in smaller household size.
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NEED TO KNOW | MIKE and HILARY HUGHES stayed in the Champagne suite of the Wensleydale Heifer as guests of the owner.
The Carron at Wensleydale Park is available from PS131,996, based on a purchase price of PS164,995, with Help to Buy assistance.
The Wensleydale Heifer holds the world record for the Fact about TRAVEL in here please largest serving of fish and chips .
On the left rises the dark bleak bulk of Braithwaite Moor, to the right the Low Moor falls away to the plateau of Wensleydale, the towns of Leyburn and Wensley two smudges of grey against the green.
But the historic village of West Witton is fusing the traditional with ber-cool, in the form of the Wensleydale Heifer - a 17th century coaching inn that has been transformed into a chic boutique hotel.
uk Enjoy a taste of gorgeous Wallace & Gromit-style cheese, with a chunk of Real Yorkshire Wensleydale from The Wensleydale Creamery (pounds 1.
In the mid-1970s she became involved with Wensleydale sheep and was instrumental is saving the breed from extinction.