The British Pie Awards : 2010- silver pork and Bury black pudding pie. 2011- silver potato and meat pie. 2012 silver-pork and Bury black pudding pie and steak and cow heel pie.
Retail Business of the Year in 2011 and 2012 - also awarded Tameside trader of the year in 2009.
A very close category with three top-notch finalists.
The family-run Bradley's Bakery in Hurst Cross won for its excellent customer service, emphasis on locally sources ingredients and its delicious pies, ranging from the traditional to innovations such as pork and Stilton and kangaroo. The business, which employs 10 people, now has a delivery service in the area while many customers travel from outside the borough to sample its treats.
Bradley's Bakers were very excited at winning the prestigious #WOW badge on Wednesday 3 September 2014.
Around two years ago Jacqueline Gold, Chief Executive of Ann Summers launched a campaign to support women in business called Women On Wednesday, or #WOW, which takes place every Wednesday through Jacqueline’s twitter page. Each week Jacqueline encourages female business owners to tweet her using the #WOW hash tag, along with their business name and a short overview of what they do. Jacqueline then picks her three top entries for that week and re-tweets them to her followers (currently over 44,000).
Jacqueline looks for quality products, well designed websites and entrepreneurs who appear to have a good business sense, also who have thought about what the consumer wants and how to deliver it.
Follow Jacqueline on twitter HERE
Bradley's Bakery, after tweeting their business were one of the chosen six to be personally selected. Not only has their business been re-tweeted by Theo himself, but they have also been lucky enough to have met him in person when he hosted a special get-together for all #SBS winners.