Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards 2010 Results
PUBLISHED: 13:24 19 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:42 20 February 2013
As we approach the 2011 Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards, we remind ourselves of last year's winners...
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR sponsored by Business Link
Winner: Field Bar Wine, Stroud
Runners-up: Woefuldane Organic Dairy in Minchinhampton; Burlington Berties in Tewkesbury.
BUTCHER OF THE YEAR sponsored by Hartpury College
Winner: Andrew Creese Butchers, Newent
Runners-up: Browns Butchers in Cheltenham; VW Lane Butchers in Cheltenham.
LOCAL TEA SHOP OF THE YEAR sponsored by Cotteswold Dairy
Winner: The Kitchen, Minchinhampton.
Runners-up: Caf Mosaic in Cirencester; Badgers Hall in Chipping Campden.
BEST INDEPENDENT RETAILER sponsored by Cotswold Fayre
Winner: Oeno Wine Merchants, Cirencester.
Runners-up: Coco Sweet Shop in Nailsworth; Daylesford Organic near Kingham.
BEST FARM SHOP sponsored by BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Winner: Over Farm, Gloucester
Runners-up: Cotswold Food Store in Longborough; Chesterton Farm Shop in Cirencester.
BEST FARMERS MARKET sponsored by Cotswold.greatbritishlife.co.uk
Winner: Stroud Farmers Market.
Runners-up: Cirencester Farmers Market; Cheltenham Farmers Market.
FOOD PRODUCT OF THE YEAR sponsored by Bibury Court Hotel
Winner: Netherend Dairy Butter, Netherend Farm Dairy, Lydney.
Runners-up: Cirencester Cupcakes; Brinkworth Blue from Brinkworth Dairy.
DRINKS PRODUCT OF THE YEAR sponsored by Lapstone
Winner: Cotswold Wheat Beer, Cotswold Brewing Company.
Runners up: Bensons Apple Juice; Honey Bear Beer from the Cotswold Spring Brewery.
BEST SCHOOL FOOD AWARD sponsored by Royal Agricultural College
Winner: Chipping Campden School
Runners-up: Marling School in Stroud; Ribston Hall High School in Gloucester.
BEST NEIGHBOURHOOD PUB sponsored by Cotswold Life
Winner: The Beehive, Cheltenham
Runners-up: The Old Spot in Dursley; The Churchill Arms in Paxford.
BEST PUB RESTAURANT sponsored by Shooting Food Photography
Winner: The Kingham Plough, Kingham
Runners-up: The Green Dragon in Cockleford; The Wheatsheaf in Northleach.
CHEF OF THE YEAR sponsored by Target Catering Equipment
Winner: Lee Scott, Cotswolds 88 Hotel, Painswick
Runners-up: David Everitt-Matthais of Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham; Michael Caines of The Bath Priory
RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR sponsored by Peter Hickman Hairdressers
Winner: Lumire, Cheltenham
Runners-up: Curry Corner in Cheltenham; Michaels Mediterranean Restaurant in Chipping Campden
HOTEL RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR sponsored by Cotswold Catering Equipment.
Winner: Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter
Runners-up: Calcot Manor near Tetbury; Bibury Court in Hotel
2010 COTSWOLD FOOD HERO sponsored by Leapfrog PR
Winner: Guy Warner, Warners Budgens
Runners-up: Jess Vaughan of Jesss Ladies Organic Milk; Tom Herbert of Hobbs House Bakery.