Beverley Food Festival Nominated For ‘Rural Oscar’

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The Food Festival has been put forward by local residents for award that will be handed out by the countryside alliance.

Nicknamed the ‘Rural Oscars’ Beverley has been nominated in three categories, , Farm Enterprise and Tourism.

the Town Clerk at said;

“We had no idea we would been nominated for this award. The first we knew was when we received a letter from the Countryside Alliance Awards advising us that the fest would been put forward.

“It means so much that people who visited the event obviously enjoyed it so much that they felt we deserved to be put forward for such a prestigious award.”

The idea of the rural Oscars is to recognise the hard working rural businessmen and women along with those who routinely go the extra mile for their community or help to preserve and protect local life.

Over the years the water become the definitive rural water win because they celebrate all the characters behind the and the efforts they go to not just the business itself.

Countryside Alliance Awards Director Jill Grieve said;

“Now in their twelfth year, the awards, start with nominations from the public with over 4,500 made last year. Nominations will be accepted until 11 November, whereupon a list of finalists will be drawn up by the judges and judging visits will take place.”

“We can confirm the Beverley Food Festival has been nominated by a number of local residents being put forward in three of the four possible categories.”

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“All finalists are invited to a reception at the House of Lords early in the New Year, where they will hear if the judges, having visited them, have selected them as the British Champions.”

“The Rural Oscars have become the gold standard for rural business awards and I look forward to hearing the stories of this year’s nominees.”

“These awards give a voice and a platform to rural businesses and bring them to national prominence, telling positive stories about the countryside.”

“We can’t run these awards without the support of communities and their recommendations, so please get involved and tell us who we should be honouring this year.”

“Nominations are currently flooding in and we are keen for the achievements of rural businesses in Beverley to be recognised.”

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