Pub is The Hub is backing the search for the Broadland Pub of the Year 2024 and South Norfolk Pub of the Year 2024.
As part of its close association with the region and the Broadland and South Norfolk Business Awards Terry Stork, Pub is The Hub’s regional advisor, will again take part in choosing the winners in the pub competition.
The category, sponsored by Pub is The Hub, is open for public nomination which means residents need to vote for their favourite pub. The finalists will then be judged by a panel of experts.
Judges are looking to recognise exceptional pubs in both the Broadland and South Norfolk area that supports its local community. It also wants the pubs to have a varied product offer, which can include local produce and beer, excellent customer service, be accessible to all and a range of facilities such as a beer garden or games room.
Pub is The Hub regional advisor Terry Stork said: “This is great recognition for pubs and publicans that go above and beyond in the region. Pub is The Hub is honoured to support these awards and we look forward to being involved in the judging again this year.”
South Norfolk Council’s Cabinet Member for Stronger, Greener, Economy, Cllr Lisa Overton-Neal, said:
“Despite the difficult economic times, many of our local businesses are thriving and this is a chance to congratulate them on their success and recognise their hard work.”
Pub owners can request a marketing pack at email@example.com to encourage their customers to vote.
Locals can vote for their favourite local and could win £100 of pub vouchers https://ow.ly/fmQx50PYwk0
Pic: Terry Stork with one of the winners in the Broadland and South Norfolk Business awards 2023. Photo credit ©Simon Finlay Photography.