UK: Ladies in Pigs get new mobile kitchen

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston, centre, with LIPs chairman Sue Woodall as members of LIPs look on. Th

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston, centre, with LIPs chairman Sue Woodall as members of LIPs look on. The mobile kitchen used by Ladies in Pigs (LIPs) at countless shows and events across the country has been replaced. - Credit: Archant

The mobile kitchen used by Ladies in Pigs (LIPs) at countless shows and events across the country has been replaced.

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston handing over the keys to Lips Chairman Sue Woodall.

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston handing over the keys to Lips Chairman Sue Woodall. - Credit: Archant

Members of LIPs have cooked tens of thousands of dishes across the 15 years since BPEX first funded the fully equipped kitchen.

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston handing over the keys to Lips Chairman Sue Woodall.

BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston handing over the keys to Lips Chairman Sue Woodall. - Credit: Archant

The keys to the new vehicle were handed to LIPs chair Sue Woodall by BPEX chair Stewart Houston.

Sue said: “The kitchen has been absolutely invaluable and we just couldn’t have achieved what we have without it. It is a multi-functional vehicle as it can be educational when we visit schools, but also a promotion idea in supermarket car parks and events of all sorts.

“The new one has a modern look with different graphics from the old one to promote the message of farm assured pork and Trust The Tractor. We are very grateful to BPEX for funding the new kitchen and also to other people in the industry who helped pay for some of the contents.”


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BPEX Chairman Stewart Houston said LIPs had done “a magnificent job” over many years and the industry owed them a huge debt.

“BPEX was only too happy to fund this new demonstrational mobile kitchen which will, hopefully, give good service for many years to come and allow LIPs to carry on the good work,” he added.

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