BICENTENARY TROPHY - NOMINATIONS CLOSE 13TH AUGUST

Royal Smithfield Club Bicentenary Trophy

Created to celebrate the bicentenary of the founding of the Smithfield Club in 1798, the trophy is awarded each year to a person or organisation deemed to have made a significant contribution to the UK meat industry.  Recipients can be from any part of the industry - from livestock producers through education, research, processing to retailing.

 2017 Bicentenary Trophy winner Robert Forster receiving the award from Club Trustee Julian Hopwood

2017 Bicentenary Trophy winner Robert Forster receiving the award from Club Trustee Julian Hopwood

Nominations are received each year by the Smithfield Club, from a wide range of people.  The thirty to forty nominees are considered by a panel made up of representatives from across all sectors who meet to create their shortlist from which they choose the winner for the year.

Please click HERE for a Nomination Form noting the closing date of Monday 13th August 2018.