Ludlow Food Festival

The Original Festival for Food and Drink Lovers

John Brereton

Where: Castle Garden Stage - Castle Gardens

With nearly 30 years experience, John is Butchery Manager at Ludlow Farm Shop (formerly known as Ludlow Food Centre), and has been part of the winning formula since it opened in 2007, moving to Shropshire from Chatsworth Estate.

The Butchery department is very much at the heart of the Farm Shop, with John and the team in complete control of all the meat they sell, only butchering whole carcass meat reared on the estate. The animals are cared for by a small dedicated team who will then transport their stock 6 miles for slaughter at 'Griffiths' of Leintwardine. The meat is then matured and prepared in the Farm Shop with John's speciality being cured meats, using Gloucester Old Spot pork.

The Estate also provides a seasonal selection of game and all poultry is sourced locally, only using and selling free range chicken.

We don't think there’s an award John hasn’t won and he is more than happy to pass on his skills to others, with many of his young apprentices winning Britain’s Best Young Butcher Awards. The Shop too is equally award winning, so when the two are combined, they are awarded Farm Shop and Deli Show's 'Best Butchery in Britain.'

www.ludlowfarmshop.co.uk

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EVENTS IN LUDLOW

A chef doing a demonstration

9th, 10th & 11th
September 2022

Inside Ludlow Castle with more than 180 local food and drink producers and suppliers: real food, ale, cider, perry, wine and more from the Marches, with samples and tastings.

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A singer at ludlow spring festival

14th & 15th
May 2022

Held in Ludlow Castle, more than 200 real ales, 150 classic vehicles and live music all weekend. That’s not forgetting over 60 food and drink producers to discover!

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Happy walkers following the mangalonga walk

Sunday 14th
August 2022

A food and drink walk of approximately 8 miles adapted from our Italian twin town. A unique experience for food lovers and those wanting to explore the Ludlow landscape.

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