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Nicola and Marcus Fudge are a brother and sister act with a shared passion for food, which isn’t surprising when you discover they are the family’s fifth generation of bakers. Keen to share this passion, you’ll find Nicola and Marcus at The BakeOut, their rather chic coffee shop at the top of Sherborne’s Swan’s Yard, preparing tempting food for you to take out or eat in.
It’s all about quality at The BakeOut, which is why Nicola and Marcus choose only the finest ingredients from suppliers such as Joe’s Tea, Barber’s Cheese and Percy’s Bakery. They are well known for their artisanal homemade sweet treats, baked on the premises, along with their great range of sandwiches, cakes and healthy options too. Nicola and Marcus are also passionate about accommodating all their customers’ needs, so you’ll find a range of vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free options available too.
“We are foodies with a passion for creating the most delicious, freshly made, takeout and eat-in treats, using quality, locally sourced artisan produce.”
The heart of Sherborne lies in the interesting character in each of it's buildings and the individual characters inside every independent shop and cafe. With the oldest building, The Abbey, dating back as far as AD705, English writers throughout the ages have praised the town's inescapable beauty. Following the footsteps of poets and novelists such as Thomas Hardy and John le Carré, you can still enjoy and discover pockets of architectural beauty from centuries past with a walk through those quaint and rambling streets.
Boasting traditional charm and a friendly village atmosphere, the local independents are a winner when it comes to getting a feel for the Sherborne community.View neighbourhoodView community