May 2015   




Artisan Class


1st Honley Village  Butchers – pork, chorizo, goats cheese & sweet chilli sauce 
2nd Keith Dyson – full English breakfast
3rd Honley Village Butchers – pork, chicken & stuffing
4th J. Thomas of Helmsley 
5th E. Middlemiss – pork, stuffing & Yorkshire chutney


Traditional Class


1st Hoffman’s of Wakefield 
2nd Wilson’s of Crossgates, Leeds 
3rd Broster’s of Lindley, Huddersfield.
4th Honley Village Butchers, Huddersfield.


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Pie Club Meetings 2015

Pie Meeting Saturday 2nd May 2015

World Events

Over £300o raised from the sale of pies and entry fees. Fantastic day, incredible crowds, a great success. Very high standard of entrants. 

Earthquake in Nepal devastates Kathmandu. Over 6000 died.

Tour de Yorkshire started on the 1st May yesterday and ends in Leeds tomorrow.  

Election result wide open, hung Parliament expected.

Royal Princess born 5 days late at 8lbs 3oz.Name to be announced.


Bournemouth go into Premier League. Bury promoted to division 1. 

Blackpool  v Huddersfield game abandoned after pitch invasion.

England Cricket captain Alistair Cooke scores 100 runs against West Indies.

Most lucrative boxing ever tonight between Mayweather and Pacquiao  Pie Club are supporting Pacquiao.


Pies kindly donated by last week’s winner Bolster Moor Farm Shop. Still up to scratch!

Pie Meeting Saturday 15th May 2015

World Events

Scottish labour party leader resigns. UKIP leader Farage resigned and then begged to come back by National Executive.  

Muslims from Burma at sea refused entry to Thailand. Now on the way to Indonesia.

Oldest Poppy (92) seller jumps of Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Tristan Hunt Labour potential leader admits that the Labour government spent too much.


Steven Gerrard plays his last game for Liverpool who lost 3 – 1 to Chrystal Palace.

Leeds thrash Huddersfield Giants in Rugby League Challenge Cup.

Gillespie Yorkshire Coach going to join England Coaching team.

Howard   Nice looking pie, the end.Soggy pastry, meat was like potted meat. Bit of spice. Not pleasant.

Score   3.0/10

Peter   Big dull looking pie. Soft  pastry, Very well filled and no jelly. Quite tasty but dry meat.

Score   6.0/10

Mark   Soft pastry, quite thin.Very dark meat. No jelly in the pie but on the top. Very spicy meat with good afterburn.

Score   5.5/10


Fetcher   Mark

Fetch   Sharland’s  of Homefirth.

Price   £.30

Average   4.7

Pie Meeting Saturday 23rd May 2015

World Events

Labour Party leadership in disarray with candidates dropping out.

Yes vote for Gay marriage in Republic  of Ireland.

Charles shakes the hand of Gerry Adams in Northern Ireland

Fracking to start in North Yorkshire.

65 year old to have twins in Germany.


Lewis Hamilton in pole for Monaco.

England not doing well in Cricket against New Zealand.

England ladies Rugby team beat ladies Old Blacks team.


Peter   Shiny,crispy and thin  pastry that was tasty and fresh. Very well filled with tasty meat. No room for jelly. This is a familiar pie but not familiar enough to recognise.

Score   8.5/10

Tim   Nice well seasoned pie.

Score   8.0/10

Mark   Nice pie well glazed very fresh, crispy pastry. Not much jelly. Compact meat and tasted like well seasoned sausage meat and really good effort.

Score   9.0/10 

Howard   Small, perfectly formed pie. Well glazed, fresh crisp pastry. Well filled with tasty seasoned meat. Little bit of jelly. Good pie.

Score   8.0/10


Fetcher   Howard

Fetch   B & M Collins of Cleckheaton.

Price   £1.10

Average   8.4


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