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Laycocks Retain AA Grade for BRC Global Standard

T.W. Laycock & Sons Ltd have just been awarded an AA grade for Version 7 of the BRC Global Standard.

All of the management and staff at Laycocks, specifically the quality team, have invested a lot of time, effort and attention to retain the site’s AA grade, which is the highest rating that can be awarded.

We are extremely proud to have been awarded the top grade again, after a lot of commitment and dedication to quality throughout the year.

Quality, and safety are of great importance to our business, and to our customers businesses also. As such, being certified and recognised with this accreditation is something we are proud of, and we hope it gives our customers confidence that we can provide only the best products and service, backed up by full traceability and a proven safety system.

National Butchers Week March 23rd-29th

National Butchers Week is upon us again. Visit www.nationalbutchersweek.co.uk for advice and promotional materials to use to promote your knowledge, service and the quality of your products to both new and existing customers.

Contact us at Laycocks if you wish to try a new seasoning or develop a new product.

 

British Pie Week March 2nd-8th 2015

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With British Pie Week now taking place, refresh your pie range with Laycocks seasonings, gravy mixes & pastry glazes. All designed to compliment the pork, beef, chicken or sweet fillings your pie contains.  Please contact us if you would like more information about our range of bakery products.

 

 

 Great Northern Pork Pie Competition

On Sunday November 30th 2014 T.W. Laycock & Sons Ltd. sponsored the sixth annual Great Northern Pork Pie Competition, which ran alongside the Christmas prime stock show at Skipton Auction Mart.

The day provided an opportunity for us to meet with existing customers as well as a chance to meet face to face with other pie producers & butchers from across Yorkshire & Lancashire.

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There was a strong charity element to the day, with pork pies, sausage rolls, scotch eggs & fruit cakes, all donated by competition participants , being auctioned off. Over £3000 was raised for the Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice in Oxenhope & Brooklands School in Skipton.

Ingfield Farm Shop of Southowram were crowned Supreme champion with their speciality eating pie. They also won two other of the five competition classes with their traditional pork pie and sausage roll. 

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Richard Bamford, centre, receives the Great Northern Pork Pie Competition Champion’s Trophy from Robin Moule, of Moule Media, joined by members of the Ingfield Farm Shop team and David Hempel second from right of T.W. Laycock & Sons Ltd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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