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Love Hertford Award Winners

Thursday 21st June 2018 

 

The winners and finalists of the Love Hertford Awards 2018 were revealed at the awards ceremony at Hertford Castle on the evening of the 20th June. 

 The public voted for their favourite traders to win awards, and over 2,500 votes were cast.  

A judging panel made up of the Mayor of Hertford and representatives of Hertfordshire Mercury, Axis Magazine, Visit Herts, Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, the previous Mayor of Hertford Cllr Sue Dunkley, the Chairman of the Council’s Development and Leisure Committee Cllr Jane Sartin and the newly appointed Town Centre Officer had the extremely difficult task of considering comments from the public alongside the number of votes received to decide upon the winner and finalist for the nine categories available. 

The winners and finalists from each category are shown below. 

 

Pub or Restaurant

Winner – The Salisbury Arms

Finalist – The Old Barge 

 

Health and Well Being

Winner – Natural Health

Finalist – Total Body Fit Camp 

 

Home and Interiors

Winner – Messages

Finalist – Marshall’s 

 

Professional Services

Winner – Nationwide Building Society

Finalist – Shepherds of Hertford

  

Café or Fast Food

Winner – Carley’s Fish and Chip Bar

Finalist – Hertford Coffee Lab 

 

Food and Drink Retailer

Winner – G. Pickett Butchers

Finalist – Natural Health 

 

Community and Voluntary

Winner – Mudlarks

Finalist – Hertford Theatre 

 

Hair and Beauty

Winner – Hertford Hair

Finalist – Saks 

 

Fashion

Winner – The Women’s Society Boutique

Finalist – Monsoon Accessorize 

 

 The winners were awarded trophies at the event by the Mayor of Hertford, Cllr Beryl Wrangles. The winners and finalists will be able to use the Love Hertford Awards branding within publicity material as recognition of their achievements.  

 Chairman of the Development and Leisure Committee, Cllr Jane Sartin, said: “The Love Hertford Awards have been a fantastic celebration of Hertford’s shops and services, both in the town centre and in neighbourhood shopping parades.  It was good to see a mix of independents and national chains recognised, and I hope it has reminded everyone of all that’s on offer on our doorstep.  There is every reason to shop local in Hertford.”  

 

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