Great Food Club recruits county correspondents

Great Food Club has recruited a team of eight correspondents. There is a writer for each of the eight counties the Club covers – Leics & Rutland, Northants, Notts, Derbys, Lincs, Cambs, Warwicks & West Mids/Birmingham – who will keep members informed with the latest food and drink news.

Each correspondent’s regular local reports will be shared with GFC’s members via email newsletters, and online via this website.

To receive the county reports (as well as a membership card that allows you to claim exclusive offers at recommended venues), simply fill in the form here.

If you have local food and drink news to share, please email the appropriate correspondent (links below).


 Meet the Great Food Club team…

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Matt Wright, founder & editor. Email Matt

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Alec Frusher, Notts correspondent & writer of the Frusher on Food blog. Email Alec

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Carmela Sereno Hayes, Northants correspondent & writer of the Carmela’s Kitchen blog and author of Southern Italian Family Cooking. Email Carmela

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Lap-fai Lee, Birmingham correspondent, food photographer & writer of The Foodist blog. Email Lap

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Rachel Linstead, Lincolnshire correspondent, food blogger and founder of Firecracker. Email Rachel

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Brad Barnes, Greater Peterborough & Stamford area correspondent and assistant editor & food critic at the Peterborough Telegraph. Email Brad

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Tracey Saunders, Warwickshire correspondent and writer of the Midlands Gourmet Girl blog. Email Tracey

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Tim Burke, Leicestershire & Rutland correspondent, food critic for The Leicester Mercury and writer of the Eyes on the Prize food blog. Email Tim

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Sally Curme, Derbyshire correspondent. Email Sally

Matt Wright
The author:

Matt lives in Leicestershire with his wife, two kids and dog. He is passionate about British pubs, slow food and home brewing. He founded Great Food Club (originally as Great Food Magazine) in 2010 after being inspired by local producers near his home town of Melton Mowbray - Britain's 'Rural Capital of Food'.