Aubrey Allen the best in Britain

By Laura Maltby Wednesday 05 December 2012 Updated: 05/12 07:45

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Top of the shops - manager Simon Kelly and managing director Russell Allen outside the Aubrey Allen shop in Leamington. (Photo courtesy of Christopher Clark)

A BUTCHER in Leamington has been crowned the best in Britain.

Aubrey Allen scooped the UK's top butcher shop title. The Warwick Street shop was praised for its quality and service at the awards, which celebrate the best butchers’ shops around the country.

According to Meat Trades Journal, the business, which specialises in restaurant quality meats, wowed the judges with its value for money, hot food service and special Dinner Party Packs that provide a three-course meal at home.

Russell Allen, managing director of Aubrey Allen, said: “We are so thrilled to win what is the most coveted award in our industry.

“It’s really nice to be recognised by your peers, which is what this award is all about and we have always strived for quality since being established by my grandfather in 1933.

“This ultimate tribute is testimony to all the hard work over nearly 80 years and our continued loyal customer support from around the UK.”

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