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Pickering farm shop shortlisted in Northern Farmer Awards

Pickering farm shop shortlisted in Northern Farmer Awards


The team at a North Yorkshire farm shop and café are celebrating after reaching the final of a regional farming award.


Pickering business, Cedarbarn Farm Shop and Café has been shortlisted in the Family Run Farm category in theNorthern FarmerAwards.


Cedarbarn co-founder, Karl Avison said: "We have farmed in the Pickering area for four generations and are very proud and honoured to have won a place in the final of this prestigious farming award. We are looking forward to celebrating the best of the north's farming businesses at the awards dinner next month."


The teamwill learn whether they have been successful at an awards ceremony at The Pavilions in Harrogate on 23rdFebruary.


Organised by the Northern Farmer magazine and supported by Mole Country Stores, theNorthern Farmerawards are reward and celebratethe farmers who work tirelessly to keep the nation fed. The Family Run Farm of the year award recognisesthe families who have kept with family traditions, but also created new ways of farming which allow them to compete in a changing environment.


Cedarbarn Farm Shop and Café began as a small PYO strawberries operation from acaravan 26 years ago andnow is a thriving farm shop and café that sources a large percentage of its produce from its own farm and a neighbouring farm supplemented with local suppliers.




PhotoMandy and Karl Avison with General Manager, Alison Riley Karl and Mandy Avison plus Alison Riley


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Notes to editors


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