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Breaking ground in food technology in Holbeach




There was a great celebration when ground was officially broken at the site of the
University of Lincoln’s bespoke agri-food research and development facility at the new Food Enterprise Zone (FEZ) in Holbeach.

The milestone ceremony on Monday was attended by Professor Val Braybrooks MBE, Dean of Holbeach and the National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM), South Holland District Council deputy leader Nick Worth, Simon Wright of Lincolnshire County Council, Shradha Mishra of University of Lincoln and representatives from Willmott Dixon Construction.

Speaking at the ceremony, Professor Braybrooks said: “We are delighted to celebrate this milestone and look ahead to the many benefits the new Centre of Excellence will bring to businesses across Lincolnshire and beyond.”


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