Help give your favourite independent shop the recognition it deserves at the South Norfolk Independent Retailer Awards
- Credit: citizenside.com
Shoppers can nominate their favourite independent shops, eateries and salons for the first time in this year's South Norfolk Independent Retailer Awards.
This is the third year South Norfolk Council has run the awards, which was originally part of the council's market towns initiative.
South Norfolk Council's Deputy Leader, Councillor Michael Edney said: 'These awards celebrate our local retailers and the exceptional quality of service they provide. Many of our shops are quirky and unique and help shape our district's special character, we want that to be promoted and recognised.
'So whether you're a butcher in Bunwell, a café in Costessy or a Farm Shop in Framingham Earl, make sure your business is entered for a chance to win the coveted title of South Norfolk Independent Retailer of the Year 2017.'
· Excellence in Customer Service
· Perfect Pit Stop
- 1 Pub transformed into 'breathtaking' family home for sale for almost £1m
- 2 Man accidentally downloaded indecent images of children, court hears
- 3 Delays expected with A47 to close in both directions for 15 miles
- 4 Family 'increasingly concerned' about missing Beccles woman
- 5 Man had cocaine hidden in car when stopped by police
- 6 Here are the new Covid travel rules which begin today
- 7 Flood alert on the Broads due to high water levels
- 8 Chef reopens historic Norwich coffee shop with roasts on the menu too
- 9 Norse chief executive quits for personal reasons
- 10 Trains cancelled after lorry crashes into bridge
· Most Creative Window Display
· Helping the High Street Thrive
· Best Charity Shop
· Shop I couldn't live without (Diss, Harleston, Loddon and Wymondham)
· Independent Retailer 2017 (All finalists)
Nominations close 22 May. Businesses who would like to take part can apply for a Retailer Awards pack by visiting www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/retailerawards.
To vote for your favourite shop or eatery visit the Council's Facebook page www.facebook.com/southnorfolkcouncil