‘Tis (almost) the season: Creamline’s Christmas range is now live

‘Tis (almost) the season: Creamline’s Christmas range is now live

Yes, you heard us correctly! With just ten weeks until Christmas, it’s time to start planning – and as always, Creamline has you covered this festive season. We’ll be delivering the best of local to your doorstep, from succulent roasts expertly prepared by Little Pigs Butchers, and exclusively sourced fish fresh from our local fishmonger, to a stunning selection of artisan cheeses from the Cheshire Cheese Company – and not forgetting dessert!

Read on to find out what our suppliers have on offer for Christmas 2019 – and how to snap up 20% discount on your Christmas roast…

Little Pigs Butchers

No Christmas meal is complete without a glorious centrepiece roast. Little Pigs have outdone themselves once again this season, with hand-prepared, locally sourced joints to stun your guests this December. From a free-range turkey crown to Cheshire pork loin – browse the range here.

Cheshire Cheese Company

A selection of beautifully crafted award-winning British cheese – with the perfect chutney and pickle accompaniments! Create the ultimate festive cheeseboard with a little help from the Cheshire Cheese company – don’t forget to look out for even more seasonal specials to be added in November!

Fresh fish

Our local fishmonger has exclusively sourced delicious Prime Scottish smoked salmon and fabulously fresh cooked Atlantic prawns for Creamline customers this Christmas. Have a browse here.

Sweet treats

Mince pies, Christmas truffles and traybakes – the festive fayre from Thatcher’s Bakery will be difficult to resist this December! They’ve even crafted a vegan Cranberry Traybake for the festive season – which is just as tasty as the rest of the range!


You can start selecting your items here and placing your Christmas orders online now for delivery across December and don’t forget! You can enjoy 20% off your Creamline Christmas roast by using the Best of Local online code ROAST (terms and conditions apply). Is it time to get the tree out yet?

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