Queen’s is ‘National Champion of Champions’ Eat Game 2024!

Queen’s is ‘National Champion of Champions’ Eat Game 2024!

Posted: 15th March 2024

In a momentous triumph for Queen’s College, Joe Mann, the Head of the Faculty of Art, Design, and Food, clinched the prestigious ‘National Champion of Champions’ Eat Game award, announced yesterday. The win not only affirmed Queen’s College’s position as a leader in culinary education but also underscored Mann’s unwavering dedication to promoting sustainable game meat consumption among students.

Amidst stiff competition from renowned schools and retailers across the UK, Queen’s College emerged victorious, securing the coveted ‘National Champion of Champions’ accolade. The night’s festivities celebrated not only Queen’s College’s triumph but also its remarkable contribution to promoting sustainable game meat consumption.

This year’s Eat Game Awards witnessed a host of deserving winners, among them Joe Mann from Queen’s College in Taunton, who was bestowed with the prestigious Champion of Champions title. Mann, a fervent advocate for game meat, has been instrumental in imparting his passion and knowledge to students since joining Queen’s College in 2021.

Joe Mann’s outstanding efforts in educating the next generation about game meat earned him the coveted Champion of Champions award for 2024. In his post-award remarks, Mann expressed heartfelt gratitude to the school’s students and teaching team, acknowledging their pivotal role in championing game meat. “I’m tremendously thankful for all the pupils and staff that have been involved in us championing game,” said Mann, “A huge thank you to Eat Game and BASC for such a prestigious award, we’ve all worked so hard to be part of this.”

Renowned BBC Presenter, author, and celebrity farmer, Adam Henson, delivered a stirring tribute to Queen’s College during the awards ceremony. Henson commended the institution for nurturing a deep appreciation for food among its students, emphasising its commitment to promoting nutritious, sustainable, locally-sourced game. He spoke passionately about the disconnect prevalent among young people regarding the sources of their food, highlighting Queen’s College as a beacon of education in this regard.

Henson’s poignant address underscored the vital role played by institutions like Queen’s College in bridging the gap between consumers and the origins of their sustenance. Queen’s College’s resounding victory at the National Eat Game Awards serves as a testament to its commitment to culinary excellence and sustainability, with Joe Mann standing at the forefront of this commendable endeavour.

Read further here: https://eatgame.co.uk/joe-mann-champion-of-champions-at-eat-game-awards-2024/

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