The Weeton: A hamper packed with festive goodies from the Harrogate store, a haven for foodies. Locally sourced produce includes a Harrogate Cake Company pudding, Sam Smith’s cider and beer, Yorkshire popcorn and Lottie Shaw mince pies will provide a Christmas feast. £199.50 from weetons.com Living Bouquet: A gift that keeps on giving, a living bouquet from the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust will help create traditional hay meadow habitat in the Dales. Wildflower meadows are under threat and this will help nurture rare species and provide a home for bees and butterflies. £25 (including a gift pack) from ydmt.org Oakwood Aromatics: An all-natural skincare range created in Ripon by former civil servants Kate and Phil Moores. Choose from delicious sounding soaps such as gingernut or The Bees Knees, shampoo bars containing essential oils to help scalps or men’s beard oil bars. Soaps start from £3 at oakwood-aromatics.com Hebridean Wool Blanket: A bed or sofa throw blanket made with wool from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s rare breed conservation flock using traditional methods. The dark Hebridean wool has a white Charollais stripe in a designer plaid. All proceeds go to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. £130 from ywt.org.uk Jewellery by Trudy: A range of eye-catching and unusual jewellery made in Leeds using dichronic glass, swarovski crystals and sterling silver. The pendants are individually made using layers of glass and enamelling to build up images fused into the glass. Pendants start from around £17 at jewellerybytrudy.co.uk

The Weeton hamper.

The Weeton hamper.

0
Have your say

Whether it is a stocking filler or a gift beneath the tree, Yorkshire’s artisan producers are sure to have what you’re looking for.

Five of the best: Christmas gifts made in Yorkshire

Buy someone a living bouquet.

Buy someone a living bouquet.

Oakwood Aromatics.

Oakwood Aromatics.

Yorkshire wool blanket.

Yorkshire wool blanket.

Jewellery by Trudy.

Jewellery by Trudy.

Back to the top of the page