Young Poultry Person of the YearThe Clive Frampton Memorial Award
Congratulations to Aimee Mahony, the 2019 winner. The award will return in 2022 and the search is now on for the next winner helped by our Young Poultry Person Initiative.
Are you under 40, dynamic and making an impact on your business or the egg and poultry industry in general? Or do you know somebody who is?
If so, the organisers of the Egg and Poultry Industry Conference (EPIC) want to hear from you.
The award, was set up in 2012 in memory of renowned egg processor Clive Frampton, former owner of Frampton’s egg processing business, who passed away in 2012. The award is made annually in to recognise the efforts of some of the up and coming stars in our industry.
Candidates for 2022 trophy, who must be under 40 but may come from any part of the egg and poultry supply chain, will be assessed on the following criteria:
- Contribution to the candidate’s company in particular, and the poultry industry in general.
- Policies, programmes and innovations initiated by the candidate that have significantly enhanced productivity or otherwise furthered the interests of the poultry industry.
The winner will be invited to attend the next conference and the preconference international buffet as a special guest of the committee.
To enter or make a nomination
If you wish to enter or make a nomination, details of the closing date for is 1st September 2022.
Either use the form on our Young Poultry Person Initiative. Alternatively use the email below, stating, in up to 500 words, why the candidate you’re nominating deserves the award:
Send nominations to:
- Dr Graeme Dear Chairman of the British Poultry Council at [email protected]
- Philip Clarke of Farmers Weekly at [email protected],
- Copying in Morgan Brobyn of the British Egg Industry Council, email [email protected]
Details on previous winners
All about Clive:
Renowned egg processor Clive Frampton, former owner of Frampton’s egg processing business, who passed away in 2012.
“Clive Frampton was a man of vision and always had a mind to the future” said EPIC chairman John Cessford. “It is for this reason that nominations are invited for candidates under the age of 40.
“Whilst Clive was a highly successful and huge supporter of the UK egg sector in particular, he was equally a major figure in the UK and Europe’s poultry industry” added Mr Cessford.