Farmshop beats out competition to be named best in Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 16:01 23 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:28 25 May 2018

White House Farm. Owners, Charlotte and Oliver Gurney. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

White House Farm. Owners, Charlotte and Oliver Gurney. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

White House Farm in Rackheath has beaten competition from several other farmshops to be named the best in Norfolk by Muddy Stilettos.

White House Farm. Picture : ANTONY KELLYWhite House Farm. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

Dubbed, the “urban guide to the countryside”, the popular online blog is holding its annual awards ceremony on Thursday, May 24, celebrating the best businesses in Norfolk.

Winners have already been announced, with White House Farm being named Best Farmshop and Deli Winner for 2018.

Owner of the farmshop, Charlotte Gurney, said: “It’s been a great milestone to be recognised on this level around the county and we are enormously grateful to our customers for voting.

“It’s a credit to our team of bakers, butchers and farmshop staff that have made it the charming place it is! I would never have believed we could make this sort of transformation in five years, but we’ve become a real family of businesses now and it’s a lovely place to spend your day.”

Also up for the award were The Norfolk Deli, Walsingham Farmshop, Thornham Deli and Humble Pie of Burnham Market.

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