Midlands

Read our guide below highlighting the best days out this summer in the Midlands. These top visitor attractions care about the food they serve and hold a Food for Life Served Here award. We would love it if you shared snaps from your day out with us on twitter using #EatWellOut.

Midlands

 RSPB  RSPB Sherwood Forest

A landmark thousands of years in the making, alive with nature, history and folklore, Sherwood Forest is all yours to explore. Their bread is provided by Atherley’s Bakers, just 8 miles from Sherwood and based in the same premises since 1936. Their freshly-baked baguettes are used for the all-day breakfast bap, filled with British Red Tractor bacon, free range eggs, Langford’s sausages and fresh tomatoes from Hallams grocer. August 5-11 sees the 35th Robin Hood Festival when Sherwood welcomes 40,000 visitors hungry for medieval fun and entertainment – not to mention delicious, freshly-prepared food!

Visit the Sherwood Forest website. 
 Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust  

Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust are leading the way on provenance, sourcing and home cooking. They rear their own rare-breed animals on Mary Arden's Farm which are organic, they source free-range eggs and organic milk from the Midlands, the bread is hand-crafted and the orchards provide fruit for recipes whilst the herbs are all grown on-site. There are four sites to visit with the Food for Life Served Here gold award - The Shakespeare Centre, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s Farm and Hall’s croft.

Visit the Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust website. 

If you visit somewhere this summer that would benefit from the award, please do get in touch with our team. 

"The Food for Life Served Here Award helps us explain to our members and supporters how, as a food business, we’re different."Matt Drew (Head of Food and Beverage, National Trust)

75% or more of meals at Food for Life Served Here attractions are freshly prepared

All eggs on Food for Life menus come from free range hens

Full List of Served Here Visitor Attractions