The Bull at Broughton, Skipton

The Bull at Broughton reopens on Saturday the 20th June 2009 after refurbishment by Ribble Valley Inns and the expert eye of Nigel Haworth (BBC Great British Menu).   The Bull will become the fourth pub in the Ribble Valley fold, the others being Northcote, The Three Fishes at Mitton, The Highwayman near Kirkby Lonsdale and the Clog & Billycock at Pleasington.

“It’s been months in the planning but, at last, Nigel Haworth is set to achieve an ambition of working with Yorkshire’s
amazing farmers, growers and fine food suppliers.”  Nigel has been busy visiting and testing lots of local Yorkshire producers with cheese, veg, meat, beef and lamb all coming from very local suppliers.  Featured local producers include Yellison Farm Cheese, Hellifield Highland Beef, Kilnsey Farm Trout, Bolton Abbey Lamb,  and Limestone Country Beef.

The Bull is on the Broughton Hall Estate just outside Skipton, North Yorkshire.

Lunch review of the Bull @ Broughton, ribeye steak, rabbit faggots, chicken liver pate & Whitby scampi.

The Bull website

Buy some of the local produce served at the Bull to serve at home in your own recipes from Paganum Produce the Yorkshire Dales Online Farmers Market.

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Local Food Evangelist, 5th Generation Butcher based in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Town End Farm Shop & Paganum Artisan Butchery & Charcuterie, Home of The Yorkshire Chorizo.
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