Debbie’s stilton the block after a quarter a centu-brie and “Caerphilly” going for a world record attempt

Debbie Grindrod was worked at Cryer and Stott for 25 years. with MD Richard Holmes
Debbie Grindrod was worked at Cryer and Stott for 25 years. with MD Richard Holmes
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It was a blockbusting monument to mark a quarter of a century in cheese.

Bosses at Cryer and Stott Cheesemongers celebrated Debbie Grindrod’s 25 years of service with a world record bid for the highest cheese stack.

Debbie, 51, of Thornes, used 25 different cheeses to create a vast 1.3m cheese edifice, worth a whopping £2,500.

And now Debbie’s monument at the cheese hall in Allerton Bywater could be set to churn a place in the record books.

The grandmother-of-two started working part time at the Cryer and Stott stall on Wakefield market 25 years ago and is now part of the management team.

But she said: “I will never retire from cheese. They will be carrying me out of here in a cheesebox.”