By Haddenham Webteam - 27th March 2018 11:00am
We are absolutely delighted to announce that The Egg House Butchery has won the Butchers' category in the Countryside Alliance Award 2018 for the South East region!
Sincere congratulations to Emily and her team!
This means that Emily has been invited up to the House of Lords in April, where The Egg House Butchery is in the running to win the overall butcher of the year award in the Rural Oscars!
Emily commented: "After a particularly hard start to 2018, this award has given the staff and I a huge boost, and we are so grateful for the continued support from the village and beyond."
"We are all over the moon, and wanted to let everyone know, and especially to thank everyone for all the support they have shown us over the last few years, both at markets and now in the shop."
"We are all looking forward to seeing what the rest of 2018 now brings!"
Find out more about this wonderful local butchers here.
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