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Our Staff

Addy’s butchers would not be able to deliver our range of outstanding products without the help of our passionate team, with crafted skills that are second to none. Together we have years of experience and know how! Learn more about us here:

 

               

Adam Shaw

Adam left Holmfirth High School in 2005 and came to us to learn the trade. He originally started out cleaning before going through an NVQ in Meat and Poultry Processing. He went on to learn about baking and jellying pies. Now he handles the orders for the local pubs and restaurants He also makes sure everything is running smoothly in all areas.As well as making sure we have all products ready to serve.



Dave Cannon

Dave founded the business with Brindon in March 1993. Since then he has been a key figure, ensuring that behind the scenes everything is running smoothly. He also makes it his personal duty to ensure that our award winning pies are baked to perfection and contain just the right amount of jelly!

Outside of work David will most likely be seen savouring a pint at his local whilst keeping a close eye on the latest football results.



Tracey Todd

Tracey started with us in 2004 and has been an essential part of the shop since. She is responsible for making our pies from scratch including our own recipe pastries.She also makes it her personal duty to ensure that our award winning pies are baked to perfection and contain just the right amount of jelly!

Outside of work she enjoys shopping and can be seen enthusiastically rummaging at car boot sales. She also enjoys spending time with her grandchildren. 

 

           



Joe Brereton

Joe started in 2007. His main jobs are topping up and serving on the butcher counter,He also runs the shop's Twitter and Facebook accounts ensuring all our latest achievements and products are shared instantly.

Joe will most likely be seen either cleaning his car obsessively or photographing the local scenery. He also plays guitar in a band with a few other ‘Hade Edgers’ in the local pub.