We like to use our fabulous nativity scene every year here at the bakery. The midnight blue sky and star as a background looks stunning against our metal figures. We place our fairy in the window and she twinkles at night surrounded by thre  wise men. This year we said goodbye to Rudolph and have hung some lovely wooden stars to brighten up our huge glass window. We also have a lovely set of Victorian carol singers, gifted to us … Continue reading A traditional Christmas scene at Hills.

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Halloween signifies to most the end of Autumn and beginning of the long cosy winter nights. It has long since lost its religious connotations for many people and is generally considered a bit of fun and an excuse to dress up, carve a pumpkin, go trick or treating, play spooky games and have a ghostly tea! Here at Hills’ Bakery, we see it as part of our bakery year, and for many of our customers, Halloween just wouldn’t be Halloween … Continue reading Halloween delights

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