Poundbury Butchers Celebrate Award

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Published at 7:47am 23rd November 2015.

Brace of Butchers based in Poundbury has just been awarded a top butchery award at the Butchers Shop of The year awards!

Brace of Butchers based in Poundbury has just been awarded a top butchery award at the Butchers Shop of The year awards!

The event was held in Leeds on 12/11/15 and saw butchers from all over the UK competing for the top spots of regional and overall national awards.

The Brace of Butchers, were delighted to have been awarded New Butcher Shop of The Year, a huge achievement given the business only opened in Oct 2014 and this was a national award.

Butchers Rob and Ben and all the staff are absolutely delighted with the achievement and recognition as it puts Dorchester in the spotlight yet again for its excellence in Business and Food expertise.

Tom & Elle Amery and Peter Old established the business to celebrate the art of butchery and the benefits of short supply chain which has been lost with supermarket meat sales.  The are many farms and small businesses in Dorset that are benefiting from the success of the business and are delighted to see so many local customers enjoying this fantastic opportunity to make a difference at no extra cost.

The plans for the rest of the year are to focus on getting through Christmas and the very large order book and then start to build on an exciting new range of products in development.


The event was held in Leeds on 12/11/15 and saw butchers from all over the UK competing for the top spots of regional and overall national awards.

The Brace of Butchers, were delighted to have been awarded New Butcher Shop of The Year, a huge achievement given the business only opened in Oct 2014 and this was a national award.

Butchers Rob and Ben and all the staff are absolutely delighted with the achievement and recognition as it puts Dorchester in the spotlight yet again for its excellence in Business and Food expertise.

Tom & Elle Amery and Peter Old established the business to celebrate the art of butchery and the benefits of short supply chain which has been lost with supermarket meat sales.  The are many farms and small businesses in Dorset that are benefiting from the success of the business and are delighted to see so many local customers enjoying this fantastic opportunity to make a difference at no extra cost.

The plans for the rest of the year are to focus on getting through Christmas and the very large order book and then start to build on an exciting new range of products in development.