Celebrating Dorset sustainability: the Love Local Trust Local Awards are open to all Dorset farmers, fishermen and food producers

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This is a significant year for Love Local Trust Local, building upon the momentum gained in 2023.
As we have approached the 2024 Awards launch day, anticipation grows for the launch of our new website. Designed to offer enhanced functionality and easier navigation, it will serve as a central hub for all Love Local Trust Local updates and information.
Today, 1st March, the 2024 Love Local Trust Local awards are open for entries. With 16 categories this year, including new ones recognising individual and business stories, we anticipate an exciting response. Entries will be open until early May, followed by judging – and tasting – through to June.
The highlight of our calendar is always the awards ceremony, which will be on 3rd September and we’re excited it will be taking place in the Members Pavilion at the Dorset County Show, just outside Dorchester. The ceremony is being held during the build up to the County Show, and promises to amplify our message as well as celebrating our 2024 winners.
We are also thrilled to be participating in the Dorset Spring Show on 27th and 28th April – stay tuned for more details on our involvement.

Exciting plans
Looking ahead, we plan to launch a new directory for both sponsors and members, online and in print. Our goal is to facilitate connections and collaborations among individuals and businesses. We also aim to host workshops, fostering support and advice among our members and sponsors.
We’ve also revamped our sponsor and membership packages to cater to businesses of all sizes. Detailed information is available on our website, where an easy online application process awaits. As a self-funded not-for-profit organisation, we deeply appreciate the support of our members and sponsors.

  • For further enquiries, to join us or simply to connect, visit lovelocaltrustlocal.co.uk
    or email us at info@lovelocaltrustlocal.co.uk or find us on Facebook here.

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