Meat trade golf day successful

Groups representing the breadth of the meat trade met on the primary tee on the golf course at Essendon Nation Membership to compete within the first Meat Business Invitational Golf Event, organised by the Worshipful Firm of Butchers (WCB).

Grasp of the WCB, Andrew Parker mentioned: “The solar shone, the fairways ran quick, the greens have been true, the nineteenth gap amenities firstclass, and all agreed the occasion deserves its place within the {golfing} calendar.”

All of it occurred on sixth July and the usual of play was mentioned to be distinctive, with 12 groups out of the 20 recording a rating of 89 factors or higher.

Runners-up, FDQ, the meals specialist awarding physique and end-point evaluation organisation, returned a superb 96 factors.

They have been outscored on the day, although, by Workforce Burtons Butchers (pictured above), a family-run retail and catering enterprise primarily based in Saffron Walden. Captained by Andrew Burton and supported by son Tom, they topped the chief board with an excellent 98 factors.

The Grasp, Andrew Parker, in thanking the groups, sponsors and donors of prizes and public sale objects, paid tribute to the spirit and camaraderie of the meat trade, sharing that the suggestions from the day’s occasion was so constructive that work was beneath manner on planning subsequent yr’s occasion.

Meat Administration was happy to assist and sponsor the Meat Business Invitational Golf Event.

Welcoming all from the trade

It was the primary time the meat trade’s Livery Firm had organised a golf match that was open to anybody working in, or linked to the commerce. With its mission to be at ‘the center of the meat trade’ the WCB continues to create occasions and promotions that attraction to a large viewers of all pursuits and ages that facilitate networking, fellowship and fundraising.

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