Founded and run by Rosie and Chris Robinson and their team, Chalk Hills Bakery is an independent craft bakery near Horley, Surrey. They specialise in making real bread by hand using long fermenting, traditional methods.
Their skilled bakers create great tasting real bread, ranging from natural sourdough bread to ryes, bloomers and ciabatta. Organic flour and water are all they need to start making their bread, only adding a touch of salt and the best natural ingredients along the way.
Chalk Hills Bakery and their fabulous breads and handmade pastries are popular features of many farmers' markets, food festivals and events in Surrey and beyond.
You can’t beat the thrill of having a good, honest loaf on the table and you can really taste the time and passion that Chalk Hills Bakery have applied when creating their bread.
As well as creating traditional bread at their bakery in Horley, Chalk Hills Bakery also have a popular coffee shop in Reigate town centre. You can also relax there for brunch or lunch with a coffee and a selection of pastries or sandwiches, made from Chalk Hills Bakery bread.
Whether in the shop or out at the markets, sourdough loaves are Chalk Hills Bakery’s best sellers at the moment and, as nothing but flour and water is added to the starter to make it, it is also perhaps the most natural bread you can eat.
Did you know, fellow Local Food Britain member Crumbs Brewing produce a range of delicious beers from any leftover Chalk Hills Bakery bread? A winning combination, we think you'll agree.
Local Food Surrey says
You only have to spend a few moments with Chalk Hills Bakery owners Rosie and Chris Robinson to know that they are passionate about what they do - try Chalk Hills bread and you will understand why.
If you visit farmers' markets and food festivals in Surrey, the chances are that you'll bump into one of the Chalk Hills Bakery team selling their delicious wares - make sure to grab a loaf and one of their famous sausage rolls, if you can.
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