Shortlisted for award

Ludlow Farmshop at Bromfield has been shortlisted in the Midlands Best Rural Food or Drink Business category at the 2019/20 Rural Business Awards, held in partnership with Amazon. The local company will battle it out against fellow rural businesses, entrepreneurs and enterprises from across the region for a place at the national final.

The shop, set in the heart of the Earl Of Plymouth’s Oakly Park estate on the outskirts of Ludlow, is surrounded by farms and fields that provide grass-fed beef and lamb, rare breed Gloucester Old Spot pork, wild venison and game, milk, honey, fruit and vegetables with minimal food miles and complete control on quality.

The shop itself is a hive of activity in a unique, purpose-built food hall surrounded by seven production units where you can see the award winning teams baking, cheesemaking, coffee roasting, butchering, preserving and cooking the wide variety of products on offer.

The Rural Business Awards will be hosting a series of regional finals in the North, East, Midlands, South East, South West, Wales and Northern Ireland, throughout October and November, ahead of the National Final next February.

Visit ruralbusinessawards.co.uk for details.

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