HAVE a butchers at this! A booming Bromsgrove business is celebrating its first anniversary by giving away baps in aid of a good cause.

Butcher's Block - run by the wife-and-wife team of Michelle and Lilith Holsey-Sheppard - will mark their birthday with a charity event this Saturday (August 3).

They will be giving away 'Lil's Baps' in return for charity donations all day to raise money for the Primrose Hospice and Alzheimer’s Society.

There will also be a raffle to win a £30 meat hamper, while Butcher's Block, located on the High Street, will also have a doughnut wall and sweets that they are giving away too.

“When we took over, we didn’t realise just how much work would be needed to bring a decent, traditional butchers back to the high street," said head butcher Michelle.

“If it wasn’t for the support of the local community, we may not have made it to where we are now.

"Thankfully the community has been incredibly supportive and we are seeing the business grow month on month.

"So much so, we have just been nominated for “Best Independent” in the upcoming Birmingham Awards, a nomination we are over the moon with.”

Earlier this year, Butcher's Block launched their street food stand Lil's Baps as a way to showcase produce sold in store.

“We are proud to be one of the regular traders on Bromsgrove Market each Saturday and never imagined our street food stand would prove so popular but as it has, we will be giving away Lils’ Baps in return for charity donations all day,” added Lilith.

The event will be running through the day this Saturday - follow the store on Facebook at Butcher’s Block Bromsgrove or visit them on Bromsgrove High Street next to the British Heart Foundation.