We received this lovey write up in the spring / summer edition of the Beamish Magazine. Traditional Beamish Piccalilli, available to buy on the market stalls in the old town and featuring the story behind Grandad Charlie and Calder's Kitchen. A great read and fantastic trip down memory lane!
"I guess Beamish, like our piccalilli, is a great way to keep memories alive and a reminder about our heritage and family values...I have memories of being taken to Beamish by my grandparents as a child, seeing the trams and horses and finding out what their lives used to be like. Now I take our children and it's a great way of staying in touch with our roots."
Find Andrew at the museum on the market stalls in The 1900s Town throughout the rest of the summer and beyond, giving talks and samples to visitors to the museum, beginning Friday 29th July.