Half-price pork pie with Grasmere Farms in Deeping St Nicholas, Market Deeping, Bourne and Stamford with our paper
Summer picnics would not be the same without a sumptuous pork pie to tuck into - so why not take advantage of our offer?
We have teamed up with the award winning Grasmere Farms to offer readers the chance to ensure that their picnics hit the right note with a half-price pork pie.
Lincolnshire Free Press readers will be able to take a coupon to the butcher’s sites in Deeping St Nicholas, Bourne, Market Deeping and Stamford to pick up a cut-price small or medium pork pie.
The family-owned farm, which has was founded in 1969, rears Hampshire-cross pigs which are at the heart of the company’s business.
Highly skilled staff at the butchery make thousands of high quality pork pies every week which are a must for every picnic basket.
Sales and marketing manager James Barnes said: “Everyone loves a pork pie.
“They are one of our best selling products particularly at Christmas but even more so in the summer when people are making an effort with their picnics with a premium pork pie to make it even
Grasmere Farm uses an old Lincolnshire family recipe for its pork pies (see above) - which remains a secret.
Mr Barnes said: “All of our ingredients have to be top quality and the main one is our pork.
“It is all about getting the right seasoning to support our high quality meat.”
Readers will be able to use our coupon, right, to get a half-price small or medium pork pie.
A small pork pie is normally priced at £3.50 but by presenting a coupon from this week's Lincolnshire Free Press it will cost £1.75 for our readers.
A medium pork pie is normally £4.50 but our coupon brings it down £2.25.
The coupon can be used for two weeks from today and can be redeemed at the following Grasmere sites:
- Vine House Farm Shop, Deeping St Nicholas
- The Old Bakehouse Deli, Bourne
- Market Gate Deli, Market Deeping
- Grasmere Farm Butchers, Stamford
Pick up a copy of this week's Lincolnshire Free Press - dated July 26 - to get your half-price pork pie.