We hope you will join us and support Great British Beef Week (GBBW) this year. GBBW is returning for a 13th year to celebrate ‘naturally delicious’ British beef, renowned around the world for its quality and sustainability credentials.
Keep visiting this page for updates regarding activities and ways to get involved.
Kicking off on St George’s Day and just ahead of the King’s Coronation, there has never been a better time to encourage one of the nation’s most iconic meat dishes – the British beef roast. We will be encouraging families to celebrate by enjoying a Sunday roast or even an easy mid-week meal, as well as making the most of leftovers in packed lunches.
Take a look at SimplyBeefandlamb.co.uk for lots of delicious beef recipes and give their Instagram and Facebook accounts a follow. During the week you can easily share the recipes on your own social channels or if you would like to reproduce the recipes on your own website please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
A range of digital assets below have been created for you to use on social media. Please use #GBBW2023 on your posts when using these assets or posting about GBBW.
To download the assets right-click on each image and choose to save to your device.
We hope you will use these graphics and shout about your support for GBBW 2023!
Infographics highlighting the sustainability claims of British beef production are available below for your use on your own social media accounts below.
Ladies in Beef have chosen the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) as their charity for GBBW again for 2023. Since being involved in this annual campaign, RABI (Charity Registration No: 208858) has organised more than 50 beef week events and raised £90,000 for farming people in need of financial support.
Appreciative that it is a difficult time for many at the moment, but if you are able to support, please visit the RABI JustGiving page to make any donations.
RABI is a national charity providing local support to the farming community across England and Wales. They offer wellbeing, financial and practical support and guidance to farming people of all ages, including those no longer working in the sector. They also offer mental health training for individuals and organisations in the farming community. Call 0800 188 4444 or email email@example.com to find out how they can help you. Or access their online wellbeing platform from any device: www.kooth.com/rabi.