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Food & Drink Awards Heroes 2013

PUBLISHED: 11:13 15 November 2013 | UPDATED: 11:13 15 November 2013

Stephanie  Hayman receives her Food & Drink Hero Award

Stephanie Hayman receives her Food & Drink Hero Award

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The winners of the first Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards were announced at a glittering ceremony held at Tudor Park, Bearsted on 14 November

THE WINNERS

Newcomer of the Year

Oyster Pearl Pub and Restaurant, Seasalter

Butcher of the Year

Fullers Butchers, Tunbridge Wells

Teashop of the Year

Mrs Knotts Tea Rooms, St Margaret’s Bay

Independent Retailer of the Year

Macknade Fine Foods, Faversham

Farmshop of the Year

Gore Farm Shop, Sittingbourne

Food or Drink Producer of the Year

Winterdale Cheesemakers, Wrotham

Family Dining Venue of the Year

The Little Brown Jug, Chiddingstone

Farmers’ Market of the Year

Tonbridge Farmers Market, Tonbridge

Restaurant of the Year

Thackerays, Tunbridge Wells

Chef of the Year

Graham Garrett, Biddenden

Pub of the Year

Five Bells Inn, East Brabourne

Food & Drink Hero of the Year

Stephanie Hayman, Betteshanger

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