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S Tyldesley & Son Butchers

5 Accrington Road
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S Tyldesley & Son are Butchers in the Ribble Valley catering for a diverse range of businesses from Schools and Nurseries to some of the North West's reputable Restaurants, Wine Bars and Hotels. Our aim is to build relationships with all our business partners amplifying our collective love of meat and associated products for mutual benefit. All our meat is hung for perfect taste and texture with valid examples respectively of beef twenty-one days, lamb seven to ten days and pork five days, with full ŚTraceability‚ on all creating peace of mind for customers in these times of greater food awareness.

S Tyldesley & Sons also provide produce for the 21st Century cohering well with the more diverse public. The customer no longer wishes to worry about where his or her food has come from, but also the content of there food. We offer Slimming World approved products already distributed at classes across the Ribble Valley and Lancashire stating the exact measure and labelled portions of each along with syn and gluten free produce appealing to the more health conscious members of the modern day society.

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