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Time to nominate your favourite food and drink producers in Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 11:40 03 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:59 03 May 2017

The launch of the Norfolk Hero Food and Drink Awards 2017 run by the Aylsham Agricultural Show Association.
< l to r>  John Savory, Jacinth Rogers, Show President John Wootten, Simon Evans and Catherine Temple.

Picture: James Bass Photography

The launch of the Norfolk Hero Food and Drink Awards 2017 run by the Aylsham Agricultural Show Association. < l to r> John Savory, Jacinth Rogers, Show President John Wootten, Simon Evans and Catherine Temple. Picture: James Bass Photography

James Bass Photography

It’s time to get your entries in for this year’s Norfolk Hero Food & Drink Awards at the Aylsham Show on August bank holiday Monday.

The deadline for entries into the 11th annual competition is June 5.

The categories are Best Specialist Food or Drink Producer, Best Use of Norfolk Produce on Menu, Best Food or Drink Supplier/Retailer, Best New Food or Drink Venture, and Individual Food or Drink Hero.

The category judging will take place during the week starting June 19 and the championship judging during July, with the overall winner announced at the show on August 28.

Chairman Jacinth Rogers said: “The food heroes awards have gained an excellent reputation for identifying and rewarding some of the very best food and drink producers, suppliers and linked businesses in the county.”

You can nominate online at www.theaylshamshow.co.uk - click on Show Competitions.

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