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   TMarket makes awards shortlist
he best farmers awards yet, the calibre of entries is first market I took over 13 years
markets in the UK so high, this will certainly be a ago and it has been wonderful to
have been named difficult one to judge.” see it grow and develop so much popular
after being shortlisted Justine Paul, founder of Suffolk since.” farmers
for the National Farm Market Events, stated: “We are Jenny Rose, Manager of the Retail Awards. hugely proud of Lavenham Farm Retail Association said:
market
Finalists have been shortlisted from all corners of the country including Barnard Castle, Stroud and Moseley Farmers Market as well as Suffolk favourite, Lavenham Farmers Market.
Chairman of the Farm Retail Association, Rob Copley said: “This could be our toughest
Farmers Market and all that it stands for. It has become recognised as a key platform for local producers, customers and communities. To be shortlisted against some of the largest farmers markets in the country like Stroud and Moseley is a huge achievement. Lavenham was the
“Suffolk Market Events not only do a fantastic job of serving the community through their series of markets, they also have a clear commitment to ensuring the produce available is fresh, local and sustainable.
The winners will be announced in March next year.
Pictured above: Lavenham’s
  Four rosettes for Tuddenham Mill restaurant
Nethergate’s
Bury move
Nethergate Brewery has been granted licence to sell alcohol at a Bury St Edmunds town centre site. West Suffolk Council granted the licence for 11 The Traverse, in the town.
The application was made by Nethergate Brewery which is based at Rodbridge Corner, Long Melford They have also recently opened a new distillery.
 Tuddenham Mill’s restaurant has received four AA rosettes, establishing it as one of the best in the country.
Upstairs at the Tuddenham Mill (it’s near Mildenhall and Newmarket) received the award in a virtual ceremony at the end of October. AA inspectors described
it as serving up “pin-sharp, modern British cuisine in a renovated mill”.
Only two other restaurants in the country received four rosettes this year, which is the second highest honour offered by the motoring company and is held by only 48 restaurants nationally.
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