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This week is Fish and Chip Week and we’re looking for the best in this area.

And that’s where YOU come in!

The News needs you to tell us which chippies batter the competition in the race to be the best in the business.

Why should your favourite be crowned the champion?

And it couldn’t be simpler to get your nominations in.

All you need to do is fill in the entry form on page 15 of The News today nominating your favourite chip shop or nominate by text.

Whether you’re the mighty fish fryer himself, or a regular at the counter, this is a great opportunity to get your chippy’s name in lights.

Editor of The News Mark Waldron said: ‘Everyone loves fish and chips and everyone will have their favourite.

‘We’re looking for you to get involved and help us find the tastiest we’ve got in the area.’

Once the nominations have all landed in our net, we’ll compile a shortlist of the most popular submissions.

Organised by the Potato Council, National Chip Week runs until February 22 and is firmly established as the week to whet your whistle with a bag of tasty fish and chips.

But of course, it doesn’t end there: chippies have broadened their horizons so it might be that you want to give credit for something else!

A tasty kebab and chips. The perfect pie and chips. A succulent sausage and chips. You get the gist!

And so it has begun: 2015’s search for The News’s champion chippy!

And that’s where YOU come in!

The News needs you to tell us which chippies batter the competition in the race to be the best in the business.

Why should your favourite be crowned the champion?

And it couldn’t be simpler to get your nominations in.

All you need to do is fill in the entry form below nominating your favourite chip shop or nominate by text.

Whether you’re the mighty fish fryer himself, or a regular at the counter, this is a great opportunity to get your chippy’s name in lights.

Editor of The News Mark Waldron said: ‘Everyone loves fish and chips and everyone will have their favourite.

‘We’re looking for you to get involved and help us find the tastiest we’ve got in the area.’

Once the nominations have all landed in our net, we’ll compile a shortlist of the most popular submissions.

Organised by the Potato Council, National Chip Week runs until February 22 and is firmly established as the week to whet your whistle with a bag of tasty fish and chips.

But of course, it doesn’t end there: chippies have broadened their horizons so it might be that you want to give credit for something else!

A tasty kebab and chips. The perfect pie and chips. A succulent sausage and chips. You get the gist!

And so it has begun: 2015’s search for The News’s champion chippy!