It's British Pie & National Butchers Week

It's British Pie & National Butchers Week

We love festivals about food, and anything that celebrates food in the UK is particularly important for us as we pride ourselves in supplying the very best quality food made using local ingredients. 
For over 140 years Turnbull's have been supplying the very best Northumbrian produce since Bobby Turnbull opened his first shop in 1880. 
Since then, has Turnbull's maintained a reputation spanning six-generations of fine food from our Butchers, Bakers, Greengrocers & Delicatessens. 
This week we celebrate our Heritage with National Butchers Week & British Pie Week which takes place from Monday 7th of March. 

British Pie Week 

British Pie Week is here and we are celebrating it in true Turnbull's fashion.
So, if you're wondering what to delight your family with for tea this week, look no further than a Turnbull's Pie!
Look out for other Pie activities at Turnbull's this week, including:
• Buy Two get one Free on ‘Pie of the Day’
• NEW: never-before seen recipes from the Turnbull’s Bakery
• £1 Renaissance Pies for one day only on Friday the 11th of March

National Butchers Week

Week 2022 celebrates retail butchers that have supported communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Butchers, like us all, have had a phenomenal and challenging year, supporting our nation during some of the toughest times of the pandemic and we hope this event helps to show how proud we are to support the butchery industry not only through this tough time but at any time. Our heritage is rooted in Butchery, which forms just a small part of the Turnbull’s you know and love. 

Supporting your local butcher has never been so important. As larger shopping destinations move further and further away from high-quality, locally sourced joints and products and the meat-free movement gains ever more traction, the need to support this ancient profession has never been higher in this country.

We want to help the next generation come through and build on the foundations laid by their predecessors by supporting the best standard product they can produce