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    January
    2014

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    PIE COMPETITIONS
     

    The Great Yorkshire Pie Competition
    Open to butchers, farm shops and bakers UK-wide. Could you win?

    Categories and Entry

    Small Pork Pie
    Large Pork Pie
    Speciality Pie


    Every year, more and more people from outside the country want to enter the Great Yorkshire Pie Competition because of the prestige it holds in our industry sector."

    "We have now opened these categories to all-comers and hope this will not only enhance the appeal of the competition, but will also give our own people something to think about."

    "The Great Yorkshire Pie Competition remains one of the most stringent product evaluation tests in the land. Feedback from industry experts not only helps entrants enhance their products, but also gain ideas for new ones."
     
    "Principal prize-winners will benefit from publicity that, more often than not, gives a tremendous boost to sales of their award-winning products. We are hoping for a record entry this year." The competition will be held at the Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate on 11th October 2015. Entries must be in (TBC)Full details and a downloadable entry form can be found at:
     
    From the above categories a winner will be chosen as the Supreme champion and receive the prestigious Ted Jones Award and the Reserve Champion will receive the Willis Hall Award.
    All Championship Winners, plus 2nd & 3rd in each class, will receive a trophy. In addition, they and all finalists will receive a YORKSHIRE ROSE AWARD DIPLOMA.

    Entry forms have been distributed by the National Federation of Meat & Food Traders and can also be downloaded and printed at: www.greatyorkscomp.co.uk and www.craftbakersandbutchersextravaganza.co.uk.

    Please complete the Entry Form details & return with your remittance to the NFMFT by the closing date of Saturday, October 3rd, 2015. Each entry costs £12, though please note that entries received after the closing date will cost £15 each due to additional administration costs.