HoneyPot
A friendly welcome awaits you at Honeypot

We regret that HoneyPot is not functioning in Summer 1999. It ran for three years and many people enjoyed eating on Fridays here at the Parish Church of Skipton, North Yorkshire.

This web page has been left up to show what a successful venture it was. The leaflet GreenPages - ideas for eco-friendly shopping in Skipton can still be obtained from the Christian Ecology Group at Holy Trinity, Skipton

On Fridays the group called HoneyPot serve refreshments. Whenever possible they use organic ingredients and free range eggs. A speciality is carrot cake, fresh from the oven.. Call in from 10am to 2pm for lunch or a delicious snack.

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GreenPages - ideas for eco-friendly shopping in Skipton

Produced by the Christian Ecology Group at Holy Trinity, this booklet was a great success last year and a new updated 1998 version has been launched this June. It describes sixteen categories of goods: - from baby-care to beer, from timber to toiletries, pointing out at which places organic, recycled, fair-trade, cruelty-free versions can be bought in Skipton.
It lists twelve locations in Skipton where a whole variety of used goods can be recycled.

At HoneyPot cafe there is a little stall with wooden crosses made by a local craftsman. There are pots of honey from the neighbouring village of Stirton and homemade jam and chutney are sold in season. An information folder with leaflets explains for you about animal welfare labelling schemes, such as "Freedom Food", and organic food and fair trade labelling schemes.