Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill pays a visit to long-time supporter and sponsor

PUBLISHED: 14:39 06 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:39 06 October 2020

Jordan Gill (left) paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNS

Jordan Gill (left) paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNS

Archant

Fenland featherweight Jordan Gill paid a visit to one of his long-time supporters as they prepare for the end of the potato harvesting season.

Jordan Gill paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNSJordan Gill paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNS

The boxer met George Munns of L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has been supplying Sagitta potatoes since July.

Writing on social media, Mr Munns shared photographs from the last three months and thanked his team and customers, ranging from Scotland to the south of England, for their support.

Mr Munns wrote: “As we enter, what we anticipate will be the penultimate week of potato harvesting, it seems appropriate to share a few of the photos taken along the way.

“It’s a mixture of relief and pride to see such fine quality potatoes leaving the farm. Our thanks go out to the team.

Jordan Gill paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNSJordan Gill paid a visit to L & AE Munns and Son on Westmoor Farm near Chatteris, which has supported Gill throughout his career. Picture: SUPPLIED/GEORGE MUNNS

MORE: Chatteris boxer Jordan Gill introduces ‘Next Generation’ scheme on hometown return

“Lucy Charlotte Munns, Jane Munns, Alan Cowdry, Serge Dubrov of Fenn Direct and to all the others who have worked tirelessly to get us within spitting distance of our conclusion.

“I am humbled and grateful to our many customers who have placed their trust in us and our potatoes. It seems a long time since we started lifting back in the later part of July!”

Mr Munns added: “We couldn’t and wouldn’t have made the progress we have made without you all.”

You may also want to watch:


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the Cambs Times. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the Cambs Times