The annual search for a hero of the pig industry to receive the David Black Award is now under way.
MANCHESTER is about to get its first ever Sausage Club. Launching Wednesday 30 July at 6.30pm and free to join, the Sausage Club of Manchester is a place where friends and enthusiasts can come together to sample and share their passion for the noble sausage.
Derbyshire farm shop Croots has created a special range of sausages to celebrate the upcoming football World Cup and to raise money for charity.
A partnership between a Rotary club and social club has led to what organisers have described as a “phenomenal” beer, sausage and music festival.
If you haven’t yet filled in the entry form, there’s still time to enter your ribeye steak, pork sausages and/or pork pie to Great British Food magazine’s first ever Farm Produce Awards.
A Yorkshire butcher has teamed up with a local brewer to produce French-style sausages in celebration of the start of the Tour de France (Grand Depart) in Yorkshire.
BARBECUE bangers made by a Bolton butchers have sizzled their way to a national award.
With World Cup fever starting to grip the nation, a Ditchling butcher is preparing to unveil a range of 32 sausages each one inspired by a country taking part in Brazil.
Keighley butcher Roy Dykes has been elected president of the Confederation of Yorkshire Butchers Councils.
A special sausage is sure to have Clarets fans buzzing – after being named in honour of the club’s mascot.