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Redhill Farm Shop scoops Select Lincolnshire Retailer of the Year Award 07 Nov

Jane Tomlinson of Redhill Farm comments “For small retailers such as ourselves it is becoming harder and harder to stand out from the crowd therefore winning awards such as this is invaluable.  We are delighted to bring this award to the Bailgate where we are proud to trade alongside the fabulous independent businesses who make this area of Lincoln so unique.”

Opened just 18 months ago the Farm Shop in the Bail brings authentic farm produce to the heart of the City.  Supplied daily from the farm 20 miles away, the shop offers free range pork, beef and lamb reared to the highest welfare standards with everything produced by hand using traditional methods in the butchery, bakery and smoke house on the farm.  Jane adds “Alongside our own meat we stock products cherry picked from other primary producers like us.  Our ethos is to offer customers the highest quality, genuine farm produce with first class customer service.”

The Redhill Farm Shop in the Bail is open 7 days a week and is now taking orders for Christmas.

Redhill Farm Free Range Pork will be offering one lucky visitor to the Lincolnshire Food and Gift Fair the chance to win a Free Range Dry Cured Christmas ham joint. There’s nothing quite like a delicious roasted and glazed Ham at Christmas time and the natural sweet flavour of a Free Range joint makes all the difference. Customers to our stall at the Fair will be entered into the Prize Draw.

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