Rhug Farm Shop will find out tomorrow (Monday, 16 April 2018) if it has been successful in winning an Award at the 2018 Farm Shop & Deli Awards after being shortlisted in the Farm Shop Small Retailer of the Year category.
The Awards commend retailers’ success in speciality sectors and regions respectively. Category awards are up for grabs across 13 different specialisms. The Rhug Farm Shop has been chosen as a finalist in the Farm Shop Small Retailer of the Year category and is the only finalist, out of the ten, from Wales.
Lord Newborough, Owner of the Rhug Estate, said,
“We are absolutely delighted to have been chosen as a finalist for the Farm Shop & Deli Awards. We pride ourselves on our customer service in the Farm Shop and the success of Rhug is built on always trying to go that extra mile for our customers. The team, led by Graham Webster, is always striving to do better and that is how it should be.”
This is the fifth year of the Awards and their success and reputation grows from strength to strength. Recognising the best in class in the specialist independent retail market, they celebrate the very best standards, levels of service, product innovation and community involvement in the sector.
FarmShop – Small Retailer of the Year finalists include: Rhug Farm Shop (Corwen); Blair Drummond Smiddy Farm Shop (Blair Drummond, Stirling); Cedarbarn Farm Shop (Pickering); Etherington’s Farm Shop (Scorrier, Redruth); Fordhall Organic Farm (Market Drayton); The Gog Farm Shop (Shelford Bottom, Cambridge); The Lambing Shed Farm Shop and Café (Knutsford); Three Trees Farm Shop & Cafe (Chiseldon, Swindon); Waterloo Cottage Farm (Great Oxendon); Welbeck Farm Shop (Worksop).
The winners will be revealed live at the Farm Shop & Deli Show, in the Birmingham NEC, at 3.30pm on Monday, 16 April 2018. Graham Webster, Farm Shop Manager, will be attending the Show to find out if the Rhug Estate has been successful in winning.