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Do you enjoy gardening? Well Allensmore Nurseries Ltd have just launched their new national delivery mail order website ‘Golden Valley Plants' No minimum order, you can order just one plant if you would like to and then pay a delivery charge. Orders over £95 will be delivered free of charge. Check them out and keep it local! #HerefordVoice #KeepItLocal #HfdLocal
THE BEEFY BOYS OPEN RESTAURANT IN HEREFORD Following a second consecutive Top 10 finish at The World Food Championships in America, The Beefy Boys will soon open their long awaited restaurant in Herefords Old Market Development. On Monday 28th December, the restaurant specialising in Burgers, Street Food and Cocktails will start its soft launch - with priority seating and booking going to those lucky enough to have purchased a Beefy Boy Golden ticket. Those that didn't manage to pick up one of the sold out tickets will be seated on a first come first served basis. The Beefy Boys - Murf (Anthony Murphy), Christian Williams, Daniel Mayo-Evans and Lee Symonds - have achieved legendary status for their grilling skills; their huge jump in the rankings at the 2015 World Food Championships was the biggest in the Competition's history and they have finished in the Top 10 for two years in a row. They also recently won The UK Burger Battle in Birmingham, and boast an international fanbase. As proud Herefordians, they are keen to support local - sourcing their ingredients, branding and designs locally, from fantastic producers such as Neil Powell Butchers, Peter Cooks Bread and Wye Valley Brewery. They've even become the official roller derby helmet sponsors to Hereford Roller Girls. Its great to be the first independent restaurant on the old market development, said Murf. We've sourced locally as much as possible from the food down to the restaurant itself; all of the design and artwork comes from Hereford College of Arts graduates, and the metal work, tables, chairs, bar and seats have come from local companies too. We've got a connection to the city that you just don't get with a chain. Theres a real food revolution that is happening in Herefordshire right now, its awesome to be part of it and we can't wait for people to see the new restaurant. For more information about The Beefy Boys, visit thebeefyboys.com, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates. ****************ENDS**************** Good luck lads from all at Hereford Voice