Uncle Henry’s in the running for Farm Shop of the Year

Katie Leeman, Emma Ward and Julie Hall
Katie Leeman, Emma Ward and Julie Hall

Following evaluation, deliberation, secret visits and mystery shops the judging panel of industry experts have announced the Farm Shop and Deli Awards category finalists and the list includes Uncle Henry’s in Grayingham.

Category awards are up for grabs across 12 different specialisms including Farm Shop of the Year – Small Retailer and Uncle Henry’s in Grayingham is one of the finalists in the running.

The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Monday, April 24, at the NEC in Birmingham.

General Manager at Uncle Henry’s, Emma Ward, said “Winning the Farm Shop Small Retailer of the Year Award 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.”

Chair of judges, Nigel Barden, said: “It’s a joyous journey visiting the awards finalists around the UK and, with the standards being so high, it’s the attention to detail that really makes the winners stand out.”