Her Gold award is for a Seville Orange marmalade with rhubarb and ginger; Silver for a traditional medium cut Seville Orange called Lady Waterford 200 which commemorates the birth of Lady Waterford who lived at Ford during the latter part of the nineteenth century; the two Bronzes for a Luxury Seville Orange and a Seville Orange with Campari. Another two marmalades with Alnwick rum and sloe gin were Highly Commended.
“This really is a great honour,” said Lynne from her kitchen at the Old Dairy. “We are particularly pleased about the Silver award for the Lady Waterford 200 because there are various celebrations going on at Ford this year in honour of Lady Waterford’s birth. And of course we named our preserves after her. I think she might be rather pleased!”