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Winners revealed for the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2020

23 October 2020

Last night’s virtual SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards ceremony was an uplifting and enjoyable evening, recognising the great and the good of Gloucestershire’s lifestyle businesses and leading individuals.

With over 30,000 votes cast this year, SoGlos brought the glitz and glamour to viewers’ homes in an exciting virtual awards ceremony. (If you missed the evening’s live reveal, you can watch on catch-up via Facebook Watch).

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Willans were delighted to be headline sponsor of this year’s event, and it’s come at a time when it’s never been more important to give recognition and support to the attractions, entertainment venues, eateries and other lifestyle businesses in the county who have had an undeniably tough year.

Each winner was decided by a public vote, and the list of category winners is below.

Felicity McClintock, head of marketing and business development at Willans, commented, “Our firm has been part of the Gloucestershire community for over 70 years, and it’s a pleasure to be able to give support to our fellow county businesses during such a challenging time.

“It has been great to work with SoGlos this year and champion the county’s best lifestyle businesses together with them. There are many unsung heroes in this sector and the awards are an excellent way to shine the spotlight on them.”

The winners of the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2020 are…

Cultural Venue of the Year 2020 – Gloucester Cathedral

Highly commended – The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum

Family Day Out Venue of the Year 2020 – Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park

Highly commended – WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre

Independent School of the Year 2020 – The King’s School Gloucester

Highly commended – Cheltenham Ladies’ College

Live Entertainment Venue of the Year 2020 – Everyman Theatre

Highly commended – Cheltenham Town Hall

Sporting Venue of the Year 2020 – Cheltenham Racecourse

Highly commended – Gloucester Rugby

Live Music Venue of the Year 2020 – Gloucester Guildhall

Highly commended – Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham

Restaurant of the Year 2020 – The Coconut Tree

Highly commended – KIBOUsushi

Takeaway of the Year 2020 – Simpson’s Fish and Chips

Highly commended – Fat Toni’s Pizzeria

Café of the Year 2020 – Star Bistro

Highly commended – The Meadow Cafe

Food/Drink Producer of the Year 2020 – Cotswolds Distillery

Highly commended – Hetty’s Kitchen

Pub of the Year 2020 – Café Rene

Highly commended – Sandford Park Ale House

Bar of the Year 2020 – Gin & Juice

Highly commended – DEYA Brewing Company

Hotel of the Year 2020 – Tewkesbury Park

Highly commended – Ellenborough Park

Beauty Business of the Year 2020 – Laura Leigh Hair & Beauty

Highly commended – Calcot & Spa

Health/Fitness Business of the Year 2020 – CLC Health & Fitness Centre

Highly commended – Leisure at Cheltenham

Independent Shop of the Year 2020 – Made in Stroud

Highly commended – Martin & Co

Homes & Interiors Business of the Year 2020 – Just Fabrics

Highly commended – The Fairview Gardener

Shopping Destination of the Year 2020 – Gloucester Quays

Highly commended – Regent Arcade Shopping Centre

Event of the Year 2020 – The Royal International Air Tattoo

Highly commended – Gifford’s Circus

Wedding Venue of the Year 2020 – Sudeley Castle & Gardens

Highly commended – The Frogmill

Wedding Supplier of the Year 2020 – Gloucestershire Magician – Richard Parsons

Highly commended – The Bespoke Flower Company

Hero of the Year 2020 – Nell Gifford

Highly commended – Louise Davies

Charity of the Year 2020 – Maggie’s Cancer Care

Highly commended – Winston’s Wish

SoGlos is a leading online lifestyle magazine which provides those living in and visiting Gloucestershire information on the best places to eat, days out, events and leisure activities. The SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards is their flagship event, which is now in its third year.

Follow the hashtag #SGGLA for the latest updates and news about the winners.

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