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Lords of the Manor head chef to leave after four years

09 November 2012 by
Lords of the Manor head chef to leave after four years

Matt Weedon, head chef of the Michelin-starred Lords of the Manor in Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire, is to leave the restaurant after four years. He is believed to be joining the 10 in 8 Fine Dining Group.

Lords of the Manor, which also has three AA rosettes, said it was now seeking a new head chef of equal calibre to maintain its Michelin status and other accolades.

General manager of Lords of the Manor, Paul Thompson, said: "We wish Matt all the very best for the future and are looking forward to welcoming a new head chef to lead our talented kitchen brigade."

By Neil Gerrard

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