A family run delicatessen and fresh food take away, supplying delicious home cooked food and baking from a beautiful shop nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Askrigg.
Mother and daughter, Elizabeth Fawcett and Betty Guy, opened their shop together in April 2017 welcoming customers daily with delightful table full of fresh foods.
Many of you may remember the opening of Humble Pie the first time around in 1999
Elizabeth, mother of three to, Emily, Susie and Betty, aged eight, two and ten months old, moved in and opened and its doors in July ’99 with a fabulous team to help cook, bake, wash up and more than likely fulfill a spot of babysitting too!
Unfortunately, Elizabeth closed the doors of Humble Pie in 2005 and moved on, watched her girls grow up together and then working as a local estate agent until March 2017.
Monday - Saturday 8:30am - 4pm
Autumn and Winter Hours May Differ!
Having started our morning like every other, seven o’clock in the morning, kettle on, scones in the oven along with quiches, sausage rolls, bread and fresh soup boiling, opening up at eight thirty, the post got dropped off soon after. Much to our unknown delight Elizabeth and Betty opened a letter for The Countryside Alliance Rural Oscars congratulating them on their successful anonymous nomination!
After receiving the letter, we obviously let all our lovely customers know our exciting news. The success of our nomination followed with encouraging customers to support our nomination by heading to the countryside alliance website themselves and submitted their thoughts upon our shop. The public nominations close on Sunday 9th December 2018 so if you think we are worthy and have a spare moment to give us a minute or two if your own time, head over to the link provided http://www.countryside-alliance.org/campaigns/caawards/ to publish your nomination supporting Humble Pie Fawcett & Guy!
We thank you in advance,
Humble Pie x
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