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Championship Meat

Once again the Butcher of Brogdale have achieved excellence in the quality of their meat to customers.


After attending the Ashford Fat Stock Association Lee Moore, Master Butcher said “we have been able to secure all the championship beef, pork and lamb for our stores”  click here for more information..


The meat is on sale now at all our stores and available in time for Christmas.  

If you have never tried the Butcher of Brogdale meat treat yourself today and you will be committed for life to the best flavour and excellent quality.

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Know Your Food and Support Local Business

Following the recent revelations about our food being adulterated with other substances we would like to bring to your attention the food practice of the Butcher of Brogdale.


‘The Butcher of Brogdale provide traditionally reared meat supplied by local Farms to their stores in Faversham, Ashford, Broadstairs and Gillingham.


Mr L Moore and his business partner take pride and believe that it is fundamental good practice that their meat is raised in the traditional manner.


Click to read more..

The Butcher at Brogdale Faversham Shop and Training Centre

The Butchers of Brogdale are proud to announce that they are one of the first butchers to achieve the Food for Life Catering Mark launched by the Soil Association.


Lee, Master Butcher said “that by gaining this Catering Mark enables our customers to be confident in the provenance, source, food safety and quality of our meat.”  

The Soil Association has launched a Catering Mark Supplier Scheme aimed at providing assurance on food health, animal welfare and the environment.  


To help them meet the requirements of the Catering Mark standards, caterers need suppliers who can deliver products that can satisfy a variety of accreditations required at the bronze, silver and gold levels of the Catering Mark.


The Soil Association are already well known in the catering sector with over 600,000 Catering Mark meals served daily in schools, hospitals, universities, nurseries and staff restaurants. These include products which are: Red Tractor; Freedom Food; MSC; organic; Fair-trade; non-GM; LEAF; free range; free from trans fats and additives.


To join the scheme, suppliers must be able to demonstrate that they have read and understood the Catering Mark Standards; that they can provide products which meet one or more of the standards; that they can support customers with their supply chain, and provide relevant information for their inspections.

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Brogdale Collections Apple Festival 2014

Following the recent Apple festival at The Brogdale Collections site in Faversham, The Butcher of Brogdale involved there shop and staff with regular sausage making demonstrations throughout the weekend event.


The family weekend out was a great success and look forward to the next event in 2015


Butchery course bookings were offered over the weekend event.




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Kent Life Awards 2014 “BUTCHER OF THE YEAR”

The winners in the second Kent Life and Kent on Sunday 2014 Food & Drink Awards were celebrated at a glittering black tie evening held at the Tudor Park Marriott Hotel, Bearsted on 13 November.


Nearly 200 guests, finalists and representatives from the sister publications enjoyed a Champagne reception before being welcomed by editors Sarah Sturt (Kent Life) and Chris Britcher (Kent on Sunday).


The Winner of “BUTCHER OF THE YEAR”


The Butcher of Brogdale


To read the full article click here.

2014 Food and Drink Awards Winners ackground panel SALSA

The Butcher of Brogdale is proud to announce they are the

first retail butcher in Kent

to become SALSA certified.

Demand for locally or regionally sourced products remains a key priority within the food industry.  Many of the UK's major buyers including supermarkets, food service, catering suppliers, local authorities and health trusts see local sourcing as a major objective.


Continued growth in local sourcing initiatives has reinforced SALSA's position as a recognised approval scheme.  Delivering a robust and effective food safety certification scheme which is more appropriate for smaller food producers and processors than the BRC Global Standard.


SALSA has been developed specifically for buyers and smaller food producers who need to demonstrate that they operate to standards that are recognised and accepted across the industry and exceed the minimum standards expected by enforcement authorities.  For more information on SALSA follow this link

Safe and Local Supplier Approval

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Gravesham Borough Market opens 3rd December 2016


The Butcher of Brogdale opens a new stall in the Borough Market.

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The Old Borough Market

The New Borough Market

The New Gravesham Borough Market Gravesend Borough Market

Gravesend has one of the oldest surviving markets in the country. Its earliest charter dates from 1268, with town status being granted to the two parishes of Gravesend and Milton by King Henry III in its Charter of Incorporation of that year. The first Mayor of Gravesend was elected in 1268.  More information is available from Wikipedia by following this link.

The Butcher of Brogdale expands to Gravesend Borough Market place.  The Borough Market building is being redeveloped and prepared for permanent stall holders selling fruit, vegetables, meats through to arts and crafts.  The market place is a short walk from the train station or if your driving then park outside as there is ample car parking space convenient for other shops as well.  More information is available from Google maps and select the street view to see what it looks like and other facilities  

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