Today Welly and I are in the Northern Echo it shows a photo of us at Bishop Auckland Castle promoting our stall at the Food Festival on 26th/27th April selling Treats and yummy pupcakes .......
Four-legged friends in for a treat at food festival
THERE will be something to tickle everyone's taste buds at a popular food festival this month, including the four-legged visitors.
Alison Walton, of Barnard Castle, will be taking her hand-baked healthy dog treats company Wellybix to the Bishop AucklandFood Festival.
“I'm really excited about doing the food festival,” she said. "It's great that we have such a fantastic location on our doorstep for this event.
“Everyone is so interested in local food and producers these days; how brilliant that there will be the chance to wander around and try so many locally-produced goodies here in County Durham.
“And I’ll have doggie biscuits and pupcakes to make sure any four-legged visitors are happy too.”
She set up Wellybix in 2013 after she began supplying local hotels and holiday cottages with her products.
Approved by a veterinary laboratory, the treats are available in three flavours, all of which have been personally approved by her two-year-old Jack Russell, Welly. There will also be a wheat-free treat for pets who suffer from a wheat intolerance.For more information about the festival, which takes place on Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 in Bishop Auckland market place and the grounds of Auckland Castle, visit bishopaucklandfoodfestival.co.uk