TO celebrate British Food Fortnight, the Relish Group are giving one of our lucky readers the opportunity to win a meal for six people at one of their venues.

British Food Fortnight runs until Saturday, October 3 to celebrate and encourage people to seek out British food when shopping and eating out.

Relish operate The Gateway Café and Waterside Kitchen & Bar at The Cotswold Water Park, The Old Prison in Northleach, Sally Pussey’s Inn, Royal Wootton Bassett, Jack’s Kitchen and Tearooms and Somewhere Else, both in Cirencester.

All venues are proud to use British suppliers and ingredients, something that Relish director Rob Goves endorses.

“We use local seasonal British produce wherever possible in our locations and are obsessed about supporting our excellent suppliers and the local community. A policy that never disappoints as this always leads to delicious responsible food that is fully sustainable and traceable,” he said.

“We work with Shipton Mill in Tetbury for our flour, source bread from Hobbs House Bakery, and meats from Jesse Smiths Butchers.

“New Wave supply our wet fish who in turn support the Responsible Fishing Scheme. Local cheeses like Great Rollright, Hereford Hop and Cerney Ash Goat’s Cheese often feature on our menus.

“Pork products from Kelmscott Country Pork, Paddock Farm for our Tamworth rare breed Sausage Rolls, and binding it all together our greengrocer Bramleys deliver our asparagus and strawberries from Hereford along with all our salad leaves from the nurseries in Evesham - that is when Roz from down the road can’t grow enough in her small garden enterprise!

“Dolcetti’s Artisan Italian Gelato, a premium product produced in Cirencester using local organic milk, have been supporting us for years installing ice cream parlours into each of our locations serving his epic gelato as well as shakes and refreshers.

“I can’t urge people enough to go out this autumn and cook with the ingredients at their fingertips, this is hands down my favourite time of year for great British produce – there is a simple delicious reason these foods are at their best at this time of year.”

Win a meal for six people with Relish!

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

Q: What is the name of the mill in Tetbury from which the Relish Group sources its flour?

Email your answer to Jonathon Rooke at by noon on Friday, October 2 with your name and mobile number.

Please put Relish Competition as the subject.

Terms and conditions:

Order value is up to £80, drinks not included. Must be redeemed Mon-Fri, valid until December 30, 2020.