Local Businesses Join Forces to Organise Tasty Event

15-03-02-cheese-and-wineTring – Toby and Sarah Murray, proprietors of the Tring Farm Shop, Beechwood Fine Foods, will be joining forces later this month with Andy Batchelor, Landlord of The Greyhound Pub in Wiggington and Toby Chiles of SH Jones Wine Merchants, to co-host a cheese and wine tasting, at the pub, followed by a sumptuous meal, on Thursday 19 March.

Attendees at the event will be able to enjoy six Italian wines to taste, and eight cheeses, consisting of four Italian and four British equivalents, as a comparison. SH Jones will be supplying the wine, as existing wine merchants to The Greyhound, and Beechwood Fine Foods are the principal cheese supplier. Toby has a long history with cheese of all types and flavours, having participated as Judge at the World Cheese Awards, no less than four times, held each year in conjunction with the BBC Good Food Show.

The ticket price of the evening is £22.50 per person and a deposit of £5 is payable at the time of booking with the balance payable on the evening. The evening will start at 7pm and bookings can be made directly with The Greyhound Pub.

“The event is due to be a fun, informative and relaxed evening”, says Toby. “We look forward to seeing lots of familiar faces!”

For further information, visit www.beechwoodfinefoods.com or contact Toby and Sarah Murray on tel: 01442 828812.

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Note to editors:
In addition to their homemade cakes, ice cream sundaes and Fairtrade coffee, to eat in or takeaway, the essence of Beechwood Fine Foods is their love of British and locally sourced produce, including cheese, hams, freshly baked bread, soups, herbs and relishes. Beechwood also sell a range of gifts such as scented candles, chocolates, hampers and greeting cards and are the appointed Box Office for the Court Theatre.

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