Nanny Kay's Farm Shop Wins Top Essex Award for Second Straight Year

Nanny Kay's Farm Shop in Wickford, Essex wins the best Farm Shop or Deli in Essex award for the second consecutive year at the Muddy Stilettos awards. The shop, owned by Paul and Kay Allen, has become a local favorite despite opening less than four years ago.

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Nanny Kay's Farm Shop Wins Top Essex Award for Second Straight Year

Nanny Kay's Farm Shop Wins Top Essex Award for Second Straight Year

Nanny Kay's Farm Shop in Wickford, Essex has been named the best Farm Shop or Deli in Essex for the second consecutive year at the Muddy Stilettos awards. The shop, owned by husband and wife team Paul Allen, 59, and Kay Allen, 63, opened less than four years ago but has quickly become a local favorite.

Upon learning of the repeat win, Kay Allen expressed the couple's shock and delight. "We were overwhelmed to be last year's winner but to win it again this year, is beyond our..." she said, clearly at a loss for words to describe the achievement.

The Muddy Stilettos awards recognize excellence across a range of categories, with the aim of highlighting outstanding local businesses. For a relatively new venture like Nanny Kay's to take the top spot in their category two years running is a testament to the quality of their products and service.

As Nanny Kay's Farm Shop basks in the glow of this impressive achievement, locals and visitors alike will no doubt be eager to see - and taste - what makes this Wickford gem an Essex favorite. With their track record of success, expect Nanny Kay's to remain a must-visit destination for anyone seeking the best in fresh, local fare.

Key Takeaways

  • Nanny Kay's Farm Shop in Wickford, Essex wins best Farm Shop/Deli in Essex for 2nd year.
  • The shop, owned by Paul and Kay Allen, has become a local favorite in under 4 years.
  • The Muddy Stilettos award recognizes excellence in local businesses.
  • Nanny Kay's wins top spot in category 2 years running, showcasing quality products and service.
  • The shop is a must-visit for fresh, local fare, solidifying its reputation as an Essex favorite.