Grayingham: Uncle Henry’s are nominated for Farm Shop of the Year

Uncle Henry’s Farm Shop in Grayingham are entered into the Farm Shop and Deli Awards 2016 which recognise excellence in independent speciality retailers and they need your help to win.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 7th October 2015, 2:48 pm

The Awards recognise the very best standards in specialist retail and to celebrate the highest levels of service, product knowledge, initiative, innovation and community involvement.

The aim is to highlight highly driven and passionatebusinesses like Uncle Henry’s, to generate the coverage they deserve.

Winning this award would help build them as a destination, putting them on the map both regionally and nationally and in turn, bringing interest to Grayingham and the surrounding area.

General Manager at Uncle Henry’s Farm Shop, Emma Ward, said: “Here at Uncle Henry’s we are passionate about great tasting home-grown and local food.

“We are also proud to stock products from over 45 Lincolnshire producers, our local food heroes.

“Winning the farm shop and deli awards would bring recognised achievement to our fantastic team who work hard to source our fantastic local products, make our delicious Uncle Henry’s items and serve our customers with passion and enthusiasm for the products we sell.”

The awards recognise excellence within the specialist retail market, focusing on independent speciality retailers who sell regional fresh and farm produce or have a delicatessen counter offering twelve categories to enter under and win including Farm Shop of the Year.

Entrants will also have the opportunity to win as a Regional Winner. The Regional Winners will progress through to have the opportunity to win the overall coveted title of Farm Shop and Deli Awards Retailer of the Year announced at the Farm Shop and Deli Show, Tuesday, April19, 2016 at Birmingham’s NEC.

Vote online at or visit Uncle Henry’s at Grayingham Grange Farm, Grayingham, Gainsborough to pick up a voting form, or find them on Facebook at

Voting closes on Saturday, October 31.