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Discover our new deli - a food lover's delight!

Discover our new deli - a food lover's delight!

25th July 2017

We’ve been busy finding some exciting new products for our deli in our Moreton-in-Marsh store, including amazing scotch eggs from The Handmade Scotch Egg Company, some fabulous new pies from Newitts of Thame and our cheese range that can only be described as award-winning! Whether it’s local cheese, such as St Eadburgha from Broadway, or something a little further afield

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Welcome to the brand new butchery in our Moreton-in-Marsh store!

Welcome to the brand new butchery in our Moreton-in-Marsh store!

25th July 2017

Great quality meat can be really affordable thanks to the new butchery in our Moreton-in-Marsh store. Tim Grazier, our master butcher, has over 35 years’ experience and has personally sourced all our meat from within 10 miles of the store, working with local farmers to bring you the best quality meat at the most competitive prices.

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Broadway Tower run raises £2500 for charity!

Broadway Tower run raises £2500 for charity!

30th May 2017

We were delighted to be involved in the Broadway Tower run recently, where almost 250 runners took part in a 5 mile multi-terrain race, mainly off road, taking in the beautiful countryside around Broadway. The route will included stretches of footpaths and side roads, meadows and some farm tracks.

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Winchcombe Town Youth FC Presentations

Winchcombe Town Youth FC Presentations

9th May 2017

We were honoured to sponsor the Winchcombe Town Youth Football Club end of season awards. This was an opportunity not only to praise the children for their efforts throughout the year, but also to recognise the time and effort put into the club by both parents and coaches.

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Trolley dash winner picks up £286 worth of goods!

Trolley dash winner picks up £286 worth of goods!

13th April 2017

At 11am on Thursday 6 April, Karyn Ballinger (Mid Day Supervisor at Gretton School) undertook a 120 second Trolley Dash around our Winchcombe store, grabbing goods to the value of £286.00 The Trolley Dash was won by Karyn at a recent Take That Tribute Night fundraising event organised by the Friends of Gretton School (FOGS) (Parent Teacher Association).  We were delighted to offer the dash as star

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Celebrating the best of local Cotswold food and drink

Celebrating the best of local Cotswold food and drink

13th April 2017

Warner's Budgens is delighted to be the main sponsor of the Cotswold Life Food and Drink awards for the 10th consecutive year. The Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards are undoubtedly one of the biggest events in the Cotswold calendar. The awards are designed to champion and highlight the region’s food & drink industry which includes local producers and suppliers, small farming businesses, chefs

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A fresh new look for our Broadway store!

A fresh new look for our Broadway store!

30th January 2017

We were delighted to invite Melissa back to officially re-open our new-look Broadway store. 11 years ago, aged just 5 she cut the ribbon for us when we first opened!

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Auction of Promises Delivers!

Auction of Promises Delivers!

19th January 2017

We were delighted to present a cheque for over £3000 to Helen Dowdeswell from Acorns Childrens Hospice following our Christmas Taste Club event at The Manor House Hotel in Moreton. The event, hosted for us by Chef Francis Green, took place in early December and aimed to show guests how to create some delicious boxing day food using leftovers from the all important Christmas dinner.

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Supermarket Sweep!

Supermarket Sweep!

9th January 2017

We are really pleased to have been able to donate a number of 'trolley dashes' to local groups and charities to help them raise much needed funds.

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Bags of Festive Cheer!

Bags of Festive Cheer!

4th January 2017

Unfortunately, there are many families in the North Cotswolds who were not be in a financial position to enjoy the type of Christmas many of us take for granted.  It is particularly hard for the children in these families, and it is the children that voluntary organisation, Community Awareness, supported with Santa sacks at the festive time of the year. 

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