Three Bears Bakery
Three Bears Bakery is a small family run bakery, based in Welland, Worcestershire. We began our baking adventure in 2017, producing an exciting range of bespoke celebration cakes and treats from our home kitchen. In February 2020 we converted a disused stable block and moved to our newly installed kitchen where all the magic now happens!
Over recent months, our business has evolved and we now specialise in delicious artisan treats baked in small batches. We are passionate about using only the best and local ingredients including Shipton Mill flour, locally sourced free range eggs, British butter and responsibly sourced chocolate. The result is a mouth watering selection of brownies, blondies, rocky roads, flapjacks and so much more, that are just that bit special!
You’ll find our treats available to purchase weekly through our online store, at regular farmers markets and foodie events throughout Worcestershire, as well as being open for bespoke orders and monthly home deliveries.
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