A Longridge restaurant has scooped two nominations in this year’s Lancashire Tourism Awards.Advertisement
Fell Bistro in Berry Lane has been winning fans not just in the town but also further afield with its local cuisine and menu.
The restaurant is up for the New Tourism Business category and the Taste Lancashire Award.
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Other Preston businesses up for the awards include:
The Flower Bowl Entertainment Centre for Accessible and Inclusive Tourism
Tickled Trout Hotel for Business Events Venue
Delta Hotels by Marriott Preston for Ethical, Responsible and Sustainable Tourism and also Hotel Wedding Venue of the Year
Shireburn Arms for Pub of the Year
The Stables @ Hall Green Farm, Longton, for Self-Catering Accommodation
The awards organised by Marketing Lancashire take place at King Georges Hall in Blackburn on Tuesday 6 February and are sponsored by University of Central Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council.
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Marketing Lancashire’s director of marketing and partnerships Vikki Harris said: “The finalists announced today have reached an important stage in their journey towards being named Lancashire’s best in class. Most will now be ‘mystery shopped’ by industry professionals, who will report their findings to our independent judges. They will then be invited for interview with a panel of judges in November, who have the challenge of deciding this year’s winners.
“Each year we are impressed by the high standards of the businesses entering the competition and this year is no different. Lancashire’s tourism and hospitality businesses are amongst the most resilient, innovative and hard-working in the county and it will be such a thrill to see their achievements and successes rewarded at the ceremony in Blackburn, next February.”
You can see the full shortlist on the Marketing Lancashire website.
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