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Posted by on 5th Mar 2016 8:33am

Yorkshire Gifts for Mother’s Day

Yorkshire Gifts for Mother’s Day

This Sunday, why not treat your Mum to the very best in local gifts? We’ve put together our top 5 from Yorkshire suppliers, so you can pamper your Mum and give her the best that Yorkshire has to offer!

Luxury Candles
Candles are always a great gift, and we love these adorable hand-poured jam jar candles from Yorkshire Rose Candles in North Yorkshire. With 8-10 hours of burn time, they look amazing, and with scents like rhubarb and custard you can’t get much more local! They even have a special Mother’s Day edition with a choice of fragrance, so you can pick which your Mum will like best!

Available from Yorkshire Rose Candles

Artisan Soaps
Continuing with the pampering theme, this artisan soap gift box is sure to go down well. Made by the Yorkshire Soap Co, it contains three generous slices of luxury soap, including rosebud, orange and lavender. It looks absolutely gorgeous!

Available from Yorkshire Soap

A Sweet Treat
If your Mum loves chocolate, we think you can’t get much better that this mini chocolate hamper from local food hall Weetons. With chocolate chip cookies, decadent drinking chocolate and a Weeton’s chocolate bar, it’s the perfect present for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Available from: Weetons

A Yorkshire Food Hamper
We love the idea of a box packed full of Yorkshire goodies, and this hamper from Bothams really does the trick. It includes, fruitcake, Wensleydale cheese, ginger biscuits and Botham’s own chocolate buttons. Why not take it round for tea with a bottle of wine!

Available from Bothams

Afternoon Tea
As the home of Bettys, Yorkshire is famous for its afternoon tea – and there are plenty of options to choose from! Bettys has locations in Harrogate, York, Northallerton and Ilkley, but this list from yorkshire.com has amazing suggestions all over the county from Skipton to Leyburn, Hebden Bridge to Sheffield. What better way to treat your Mum than with a cake or two!

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