Fourth generation Herefordshire farmer Anthony Legge founded butchers, deli and pie shop Legges of Bromyard back in 2000, with a passion for the rural community and an eye for quality local meat. Fast-forward fifteen years, Legges cuts take centre stage on dinner tables across the Midlands, and their handcrafted pies are being shipped to every corner of Britain.
Bromyard born and bred, Anthony wanted to give something back to his hometown when he finished his butchers training. He branched out and established Legges, working hard to build a name and a niche for the place in a county where reputation is everything.
Anthony is still proudly at the helm, stocking his shelves with delicious wares from over fifty suppliers in Herefordshire alone, cooking up new ideas in the on-site kitchens, and exploring new meats and new potential.
Legges still has its sights set on the importance of friendly one-to-one customer service - a benchmark for excellence and further foundation for another fifteen years at the top.
Anthony and his close-knit team are proudly committed to sourcing locally, with the majority of the shop's meat coming from a six mile radius of the front door.
The online shop has helped Legges reach a national audience, with pies and produce being delivered around the UK- giving Britain a true taste of Herefordshire.
Legges of Bromyard is immensely proud of it's product range and story, and is happy to discuss opportunities for PR and media coverage.
If you are planning a feature and looking to include a Legges product, get in touch. We are happy to send samples of our range alongside high-res photographs and full specifications.
If you are looking for a spokesperson on farming, butchery, diversification, or rural businesses, Anthony Legge is on hand to provide comment.
For PR queries, contact email@example.com.
We have been lucky enough to feature across the media, including recently:
Farmers Weekly, Shooting Times, Great British Food, Crumbs Magazine, Absolute Herefordshire, Hereford Times, LandLove Magazine, BBC Countryfile, The Independent, The Sunday Times.