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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 08:31

Coffee Cake

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Tuesday, 24 April 2018 20:10


Frou-frou: Make this delicious & visually stunning cake with the 'made in heaven' taste combination of raspberry & coconut.  

The word 'frou-frou' orignates from French around 1730s & is meant to represent the sound of the rusting silk. 

Saturday, 21 April 2018 14:45

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Pop along and enjoy a Summer Sunday afternoon tea at The Orangery.

Sit and relax outside 'al fresco' under a parasol on the Long Terrace overlooking box hedges.

Choose from our tempting selection of irresistable home-made cakes. 

Open every Sunday from May until the end of August from 2pm till 5pm 

Thursday, 19 April 2018 22:02

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Monday, 16 April 2018 11:28

Simon Hook Memorial Road Race

Last Sunday, Great Saling welcomed over 70 professional and club riders for the Simon Hook Memorial Road Race. An endurance race of 124km consisting of 8 laps around the Village, Blake End and the Andrewsfield.

Great Saling has been ‘put on the cycle map’ since the 2014 Tour de France. Great Saling and nearby rural villages of Finchingfield, Bardfield and Rayne are increasingly popular for cyclists offering a relatively flat course with narrow country lanes in unspoilt countryside.

No need to do 124km, but if you wish to take a more leisurely pace, we will be uploading the circuit shortly.

An Orangery, is like a greenhouse or 'hot' house used to describe a type of ornamental building in the ‘polite’ part of the garden; housing tender ‘greens’ & flowering plants which would not survive outdoors in the British climate.

Thursday, 12 April 2018 19:22

Exhibition: Celebrating the Life of Repton

The great landscape designer of Georgian England, Humphry Repton was both innovative & prolific.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018 15:54

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