Farm shop's blinding effort at national awards

Head chef Barbara Bulmer with Sarah Ball who cooked both winning products

Head chef Barbara Bulmer with Sarah Ball who cooked both winning products

First published in News Leigh Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Leigh reporter

A FARM shop is celebrating after winning not one but two awards at the world’s largest blind-tasted Great Taste food awards.

Kenyon Hall’s homemade Seville orange marmalade and courgette relish were both announced as winners after being judged by a panel of more than 400 of the nation’s most discerning food experts.

Kenyon Hall Farm has been run by the same family for more than 500 years and is currently farmed by Barbara and Tod Bulmer.

Tod said: “We are over the moon to be recognised for both of the products we entered, and very proud that for such a small business we now boast four awards.”

Made in the farm kitchen, both products are only sold in the farm shop and café, or through the Northern Harvest home delivery service.

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