Gloucester Services donated £1 for every kilo of rump steak sold from their in-house butchery during Great British Beef Week, which ran from April 23 to May 3, to support R.A.B.I’s welfare work.
Dedicated to local food, farming and the surrounding community, the £40 million Gloucester Services features a farm shop for locally produced food, a butchery stocked with Gloucestershire meat and a café serving home-made dishes from locally sourced produce.
Gloucester Services, the sister project of the Cumbrian-based Tebay Services, understand the importance of working in partnership with local farming communities. In 1972, Cumbrian farmers John and Barbara Dunning set up Tebay Services when the new M6 ran next to their land.
Mark Chamberlain, Gloucester Services Operations Manager explains, “We are pleased to be supporting the R.A.B.I, it’s an important cause that we’re very close to as a business and we hope that together we can make a difference.”