It’s the final day of our 12 Gifts of Christmas campaign, and we are delighted to reveal that our last contributor is LUDLOW FARMSHOP!
Ludlow Farmshop is part of the Earl of Plymouth’s Oakly Park Estate which extends to approximately 8,000 acres of Shropshire countryside. The business demonstrates a clear passion for food, which is all ethically sourced either from their own estate or one of the many local suppliers they use. Ludlow’s heritage forms the basis for its goals and aims: they use traditional production methods to create innovative products which are often seasonally based. 50% of all their products are made on site.
They have generously donated a festive hamper of delicious Ludlow products. It contains two mince pies, Oakly Park Cheddar cheese, a fruitcake, a christmas pudding, apricot and pecan cookies, and a trio of chutneys.
This means that after all 12 days, the final value of the hamper is an incredible £375! The Rural Business Awards will match this as a donation to the public’s chosen charity. Follow the links to cast your vote in our Twitter or Facebook polls – the polls close today at 5pm.
Remember, if you want to be entered in the prize draw to win the hamper, share and comment on one of our 12 Gifts of Christmas posts on social media before 5pm TODAY, 12th December 2018.
For more information on the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition, read our launch blog.
To learn more about Trenchmore Farm, go to their website: www.trenchmore.co.uk