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Butchers help shape the future of farming and cooking

Aubrey Allen have organised the Big Apprenticeship Day at their academy targeting Apprentices from the farming, butchery and chef community during National Apprenticeship Week 2018.

Aubrey Allen, award winning National Butcher based in Coventry are working with Paul Cadman from Crosby Management Training on creating a unique Apprenticeship day. The idea is to give the apprentices an opportunity to shape their own future by facilitating a day of introductions and shared vision. There will be 3 short talks from an inspirational Farmer, Butcher and Chef to set the tone of the day which is all about working together to make the future of British food more secure and better than ever.

Lucianne Allen from Aubrey Allen said “ Paul and I got to know each other well during the launch of the industry Standards for the Trailblazer Apprenticeships. We want the day to be about the Apprentices and what they want rather than being lectured to. We want them to create new ideas of how they can work together and understand their roles. If we want a sustainable farming future in this country and people passionate about growing great food for the plate it starts here “

Rachel Barnwell, an agricultural intern at Aubrey Allen has helped to inspire this event and has already organised for 30 young farmers to attend an evening event at the Academy.

The Apprentices will be treated to a great butchery breakfast, mini butchery tutorials and a beef tasting as well as making new contacts and going away inspired for the future.

Touch FM will be broadcasting the event live between 11am and 1pm on Wednesday 7th March 2018.


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