We are open and hopefully will continue to be able both to serve the community and to support our staff. We are delighted to say that as of 12th April 2021, our opening hours will revert to 7am till 4pm Monday to Saturday, closed Sunday. Also, customers can 'phone us before 2pm and order bread, oatcakes, cheese etc to be collected next day - or use our online "click and collect" shop. We will bring your order to you if you drive-by outside the shop or have it ready to collect with minimum interaction. Telephone us on 01246 201203 to book this service. See our CheeseBoard (selection) Leaflet.
In our proprietor,
Simon, we have a wealth of experience in selecting, sourcing,
storing and serving the best of English and Continental cheeses to
both the general public and to the trade. Our staff are all
knowledgeable in the field of cheese and will be happy to advise
We are conveniently placed in North Derbyshire, adjacent to the Peak District National Park and within easy reach of Sheffield and the rest of South Yorkshire. If you have the opportunity, why not visit our wonderful market town of Chesterfield, the extensive open market and the refurbished Market Hall.
Of course, no such visit can be complete without walking into our shop,taking in the aromas, viewing the marvellous extensive selection of cheeses, and perhaps even purchasing some to enjoy with your family and friends. "Don't quibble, ask for a nibble", prior to making your choice. If you're local, consider coming to one of our Cheese Tasting Evenings or invite Simon to give your group a talk.
We have established an online shop which we are gradually populating
with products from our vast range. If you don't find the product you
want on our online shop, please telephone or email your order in the
Browse through our website to find details of the products we sell, from our wide range of cheese - traditional English, English blue, British additive, goat / sheep milk, French, other continental cheeses and other associated items - through to our speciality "celebration" / wedding cheese cakes - an interesting alternative to traditional cakes.
In our selection of French Cheese, you will find some from products from the area surrounding Chesterfield's twin town of Troyes.
We are partners in a joint venture to manufacture Stilton once again in Derbyshire. - commenced in late 2012. Link to our webpage for more information.
We also stock Chesterfield Gins - made in Staveley by Derbyshire Distillery - the different flavours a lovely accompaniment to our cheeses. Available in both 70cl and small 200ml bottles (good for tasting the different flavours).
We are now members of the Guild of Fine Food - click on their logo below to view their website.
Do have a look at our Wedding Cheese Cake page for something entirely different - a cheese wedding cake constructed from whole cheeses!
If you think you might be interested, why not have a look at some of the examples and forms of construction.
Please click here for details of our Loyalty Card.
We now have pages on Pinterest where we display photos, but where you also can submit your photos relating to our business
Do also look at the British Cheese Awards Masterclasses here.
Simon is available to give talks to groups such as the W.I. He will speak for around 1 hour and bring samples for members and guests to taste. If you are interested in one of these talks - spent tasting and learning about different cheeses, please telephone him on 01246 201203 or 07970 281717 or pop into the shop to discuss.
We exhibit at a number of local food fairs including
in July and December, Ilkeston in May and October, Rotherham in
September and the newly established Festival of Food at Hardwick in May. Browse
some photos from our previous show and food fair activities.
We are also providers of Ploughman's Lunches to the Annual CAMRA Chesterfield Beer Festival at the Winding Wheel in February, to the CAMRA Chesterfield Market Beer Festival in October half term and to the Round House Rail Ale Festival in May.
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