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Farmers ‘chuffed to bits’ with four gold awards


A farm near Bisley has scooped four gold medals in the Taste of the West food awards.

Kate and Mark Andrews, of Bisley Lane Farm, have been producing free range meat on their farm between Bisley and Edgeworth for the last three years.

This year they submitted four of their products to the Taste of the West food awards. Their beef shorthorn fillet and sirloin steak, as well as back and streaky bacon were scrutinised, and Kate and Mark are thrilled to report that all four of the products have been awarded gold.

bisley lane farm van | Farmers 'chuffed to bits' with four gold awards
Bisley Lane Farm’s van . Picture: Kate Andrews.

“We are chuffed to bits that all our hard work rearing free range pork and grass-fed beef shorthorn has been recognised by Taste of the West. We’d hoped for one award but to receive four golds is amazing,” exclaimed Kate.

“Our animals are raised outdoors in open fields and woodland and we strongly believe that this high standard of living produces great tasting meat with very low environmental impact.”

Bisley Lane Farm sells their produce in a number of pop-up markets, including: Tuesday – Stonehouse Milk 10-11am; Wednesday – Old Neighbourhood Car Park, Chalford Hill 8.15-9.45am; Thursday – The Painswick Centre 8.15-9.45 and Godsells Cheese 10-11am; Friday – Rodborough Community Hall 8.15-10.15am, and Saturday – Stancombe Beech Farm Shop 8.45am – 1pm

For further information log onto www.bisleylanefarm.com

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