14:42 Friday 24 January 2014

Isle of Ely Produce sponsor big fish and chip prize

Written byJORDAN DAY

From left: Austen Dack, from Isle of Ely Produce, Blair Butler from The Bounday Market Deeping and Michelin chef Jean Christophe Novelli. From left: Austen Dack, from Isle of Ely Produce, Blair Butler from The Bounday Market Deeping and Michelin chef Jean Christophe Novelli.

Bosses at one of the UK’s biggest potato merchants got to meet French celebrity chef Jean Christophe Novelli.

Littleport-based firm Isle of Ely Produce sponsored the National Fish & Chip Awards 2014’s ‘From Field to Frier’ prize for the second year running.

The awards ceremony was hosted by the Michelin award-winning chef at the prestigious Lancaster London Hotel on January 22.

The winner was The Boundary Market Deeping fish and chip shop.

John Boutwood, managing director of Isle of Ely Produce, said: “The national fish and chip awards are the Oscars of the fish and chip industry.

“To be a sponsor was again an honour and is a way to show our commitment to our customers.”

Latest News

  1. 21/07/14 Longest serving head retires
21/07/14 Head teacher Lin Whyte retires from Bar Hill Primary school with a street party in the playground with staff and pupils . Mrs Whyte is shown with Katie [7] . Picture by Warren Gunn SLIDESHOW: Cambridgeshire headteacher Lin Whyte steps down after more than 30 years serving the county's pupils
  2. Ann Mitchell, teaching assistant at St John's Community Primary School in Ely, is pictured receiving a gift on her retirement after 17 years from some of the children and other pupils she has worked with. Ely St Johns Primary School teaching assistant retires after 17 years
  3. East Cambridgeshire District Council's HQ. Council commits to supporting Handy Person Service in East Cambridgeshire
  4. Sentimental garden bench stolen from outside home in Stuntney
  5. Plans to erect three wind turbines near Haddenham are submitted