Haigh’s Farm Shop has renewed its commercial partnership agreement with Huddersfield Town for the 2016/17 season.
Haigh’s Farm, a long standing traditional family run business that is run and managed by the entire Haigh Family, has supplied its locally renowned produce to the kitchen at Town’s PPG Canalside training complex for the past four years, ensuring the highest quality.
Based in Mirfield, Haigh’s Farm Shop is one of the North’s leading wholesalers and suppliers of fresh farm produce and supplies both the general public and trade throughout West Yorkshire.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Partnerships Executive, Vicky Routledge-Hine is pictured above with George Haigh and Town Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis.
“It’s great that Haigh’s Farm Shop have renewed, it is a lovely family run business with a great ethos. George has become a regular on club events and is very much part of the family here at Town.
“The feedback from the staff and customers at the PPG Canalside kitchen over the last few years has been excellent, so it’s to everyone’s benefit that this relationship is continuing.
“I’d definitely recommend that everyone goes to Mirfield and visits Haigh’s Farm Shop first-hand. Alternatively, drop down to PPG Canalside and try their meat and produce at the kitchen!”
George Haigh of Haigh’s Farm Shop added:
“This is our fourth year with Huddersfield Town and renewing our partnership was an easy decision. We love being part of Huddersfield town and the fact they are not only commercially driven but are very much community driven too, which is beneficial to us as the community are our biggest customers.”
In the local community, Haigh’s Farm Shop is proud to sponsor many local events and charity’s, regularly giving away large amounts of vouchers. They are also a welcomed name at Mirfield Agricultural Show where they support the show and also contribute to the Mirfield Show Programme.
Over the last 35 years, Haigh’s Farm Shop has built an exceptional business based on quality and reputation and is proud to be at the heart of the Mirfield community.