Nominations are being sought for the 2020 Royal Smithfield Club Bicentenary Trophy, a national award to publicly recognise an individual’s, or company’s, significant contribution for the overall benefit of the British meat and livestock industry.

Nominations for this annual award – established to mark 200 years since the Club was established in 1798 – close on Tuesday, September, 1.

Previous winners include: Sir Don Curry, MLC (2000); Fred Mallion (2001); John Thorley, NSA (2002); Jack Woodhead, Woodhead Bros (2003); Norman Baley, AIMS (2004); David Raine (2005); J Alan Stevenson (2006); Ian Galloway, Scotbeef (2007); Dr Basil Lowman, SAC (2008); Richard Cracknell, ABP (2009); Prof Geoff Simm, SAC (2010); J Rees Roberts, HCC (2011); 2011 HRH The Prince of Wales (2012); Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust (2013); David Gunner, Dovecote Park (2014); John Cross, former chairman EBLEX (2015); Prof Julie Fitzpatrick, Moredun Research Institute (2016); Robert Forster (2017); Heather Jenkins, Waitrose Partners (2018); Terry Bayliss, Farmers Fresh (2019).

Full details and forms can be found on the Club’s website