Deliciouslyorkshire moves to Harrogate

York Press: . .

YORKSHIRE’S Regional Food Group is to move out of York after announcing a new partnership with the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.

Deliciouslyorkshire will be strengthening its links with the Yorkshire Agricultural Society by relocating its staff from Askham Bryan College to the society’s offices at The Great Yorkshire Showground, in Harrogate.

Deliciouslyorkshire, which has two full-time staff and a board of nine, also welcome a new chairman of the board as Nick Stafford, managing director of Hambleton Ales takes up the post.

Mr Stafford said: “These are exciting times for deliciouslyorkshire and we’re thrilled to announce what we hope will be a long and fruitful allegiance between deliciouslyorkshire, The Yorkshire Agricultural Society and Askham Bryan College.

“Farming and agriculture is at the very heart of Yorkshire’s food industry and we hope to use this partnership to cement further our relationship with Yorkshire’s farmers and producers.”

While Deliciouslyorkshire will be based at the showground, Askham Bryan College will continue to support deliciouslyorkshire by providing learning and development facilities for the organisation’s members.

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5:44pm Fri 13 Dec 13

chelk says...

Another group moving out of York
Another group moving out of York chelk

6:31pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Garrowby Turnoff says...

It's a funny set up. Nine board members, plus a new chairman, all to oversee only two members of staff! This is the proverbial 'more Chiefs than Indians' methinks!
It's a funny set up. Nine board members, plus a new chairman, all to oversee only two members of staff! This is the proverbial 'more Chiefs than Indians' methinks! Garrowby Turnoff

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