It’s October, and with Halloween on the horizon family-run bakers Curtis of Lincoln has teamed up with the Standard to offer a spooky treat to all our readers.
The scary spider biscuit is a delicious tasty treat for adults and children alike, made with the finest ingredients.
To claim yours just cut out the voucher in this week’s Standard and take it in to Curtis in Strait Bargate or West Street, Boston as well as shops in Sleaford or Spalding.
With 23 shops around the county and beyond and with many years’ experience, the bakery is renowned for its award-winning range of specialty foods, including Lincolnshire plum bread, sausage rolls, pork pies, confectionery, bread, dry cure bacon and many other tasty products.
Curtis also makes celebration cakes to customers’ own requirements for that special occasion such as birthday, anniversary or wedding day.
Go in and take a look at the wide range of tasty products, including freshly filled rolls, fresh cream, an array of delicious cakes and biscuits, and a huge choice of freshly baked pasties (including the best selling steak bakes and bacon and cheese turnovers) and tempting cheese straws.
There will soon be a selection of treats ready for the Halloween season including special cakes and biscuits.
Curtis is once again delighted to be able to offer a promotion to everyone in Boston. A spokesman said: “We enjoy trading in Boston very much, finding it an excellent market town to run two branches.
“We have been in the town for a number of years now and we enjoy serving our regular customers and welcoming new ones into our shops.
“We pride ourselves on serving only the finest foods, made in traditional ways, always using only the best ingredients.
“The quality and taste of the products is our main priority, and we all believe strongly in providing the best foods at very competitive prices.”