We are recruiting!

Good news everyone! We are recruiting again, and in a slightly zombie like fashion, we are after you and that big barista brain of yours… We are looking for creative coffee cats, mocha maestros and sundae sculptors to join our MetroCentre team. The role is 16+ hours a week with shifts up to 6 hours […]

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Sundae service has resumed

We have a new offer for you via our coffee shop (https://www.facebook.com/beckleberrysmetro) in the MetroCentre. Purchase any hot drink and get a sundae for only £3! All you have to do is purchase said drink and present the attached voucher on your phone our as a printout! Hooray! !

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Guest Review of Beckleberry’s MetroCentre

We have another interesting read here courtesy of Lauren Hoy. We invited Lauren to sample our “sundae best” and review her visit for her blog. You can read about her trip to beckleberry’s here: http://aroundtheworldin80bakes.com/2013/06/20/knickerbocker-geordies/ If you’re in the MetroCentre and the sweet tooth kicks in then why not visit our coffee shop? We have […]

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MetroCentre Kerching Awards!

Hi everyone, we have a BIG favour to ask! It would be brilliant if you could spare 5 minutes of your net surfing time and vote for beckleberry’s in the best place to eat and service with a smile categories. It would be nice for a small family owned independent business to compete for awards […]

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Beckleberry’s Sweet Summer Destinations

by Ruth Hinds Here at Beckleberry’s, the start of the summer is one of our favourite times of the year. We love ice cream so much that we’d happily eat it for breakfast, dinner and tea all year round, but we know that the general public are a bit more seasonal in their ice cream […]

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The History of Ice Cream

The History of Ice Cream

by Rosie Jenkinson The history of ice cream. Surely that’s an easy and interesting topic for a blog post: easy because all it takes is a little bit of googling, a little bit of reading around and a little bit of putting stuff together; and interesting because food history always has a good back story. […]

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Ice Cream and Cold Weather

By Bethany Clark One memory from my secondary school days stands out very clearly in my mind.  It’s the middle of December, only a few days shy of the Christmas holidays and everyone is in a festive mood. There are several inches of snow on the ground and even more forecast.  In fact, it’s just […]

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Ice Cream Day Dreams

It’s a Saturday in February 2013 and it’s snowing in Newcastle.  Not just a sprinkling but a full polystyrene wall in a blender type blizzard!  I’ve always been one for embrassing the extreme temperatures and so there’s really nothing else for it but lots of ski-slope-like layers, my camera and a long walk with my dog […]

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