We are a family owned artisan bakery in the heart of Hale village, Altrincham, Cheshire, currently run by the fourth generation of the Hill family.
Come and try our outstanding artisan bread, handmade confectionery, sandwiches and savouries, all made daily here in the bakery by our specialist artisan bakers.
A cornerstone of the local community with many loyal customers, we attract new interest all the time due to our expanding selection of freshly made high-quality products. We pride ourselves on customer service; you`ll be met with a smile and nothing is too much trouble.
The choice doesn’t end with sourdoughs and high fibre flour bread – try our gingerbread, pies, pasties, chocolate brownies, shortbread, pork pies, sausage rolls, gourmet sandwiches, flapjack and much, much more – there truly is something for everyone, all ages, all tastes, and all appetites at Hills Artisan Bakery!
If you are planning a function, tea party or event we can provide a selection of gourmet sandwiches, cakes and pastries for collection.
Here at Hills Artisan Bakery, we are passionate about our history, our products and our customers.
We are open for business every day, why not pop by tomorrow?
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Hills` Bakery is once again supporting Macmillan Cancer Support with their annual event -The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Our buy a cake and we will donate campaign last year was a huge success and we would be thrilled if we could again have your support this year with this great cause. The first ever Coffee Morning happened way back in 1990 and was a rather small affair. Now Macmillan coffee mornings are being held nationally … Continue reading Help us to once again support Macmillan
One of our longstanding invaluable members of staff, Diane Anderson, recently retired after 22 years. We will miss Di hugely, for many, she was an integral part of Hills Bakery. We wish her all the best during her well-deserved retirement.
Easter is a busy time at the bakery with our bakers and confectioners working hard to make sure our shelves are well stocked with an irresistible display of freshly made Easter delights. Chocolate Easter eggs were first made in Europe in the early 19th century – in many cultures the egg is thought of as a symbol of new life, fertility and rebirth. Chocolate soon became associated with the Easter period and you will find the bakery overflowing with Chocolate … Continue reading Did someone say Chocolate?