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Obsession Wins Ribble Valley Tourism Award

Obsession Wins Ribble Valley Tourism Award

Northcote wins Ribble Valley Tourism Awards 2015

Tourism Stars Come Out to Celebrate

Tourism stars were out in force for a special celebratory event hosted at Browsholme Hall

The Ribble Valley Tourism Association organized the awards, which are an opportunity to celebrate the success of local tourism enterprises such as restaurants, hotels and attractions. They also provide the chance to reward the special efforts of individual staff in making visitors and guests welcome into the area.

Anyone could make a nomination, members of the public, a business about another business, a business about themselves, and the panel, including sponsors, considered a large number of submissions.

The awards are not necessarily designed to determine the ‘best of ‘but more to recognize achievement, innovation, good design, creativity and most of all people, both as individuals and as teams, as it is the  people that work so hard to make visitors welcome and make tourism in Ribble Valley so special.

RVTA Chairman Amanda Dowson said; ‘The area has a strong and successful tourism industry and there are so many great examples of business entrepreneurialism and creativity. These awards provide a great opportunity to celebrate that success.’ 

Awards coordinator, Tourism officer Tom Pridmore said ‘this year we had even more nominations, the Ribble Valley Tourism awards are a celebration of just some of the many good things happening in this area.

Northcote are honoured to have been recognised in the Tourism Event of the Year category for our Obsession festival.

List of the winners:

Tourism Event of the Year:
Obsession 2015, based at Northcote

New Enterprise of the Year:
Clerk Laithe Lodge

Transformational Tourism:
Aspinall Arms
Derby Arms

Life Member:
Frances Ahearne

Tourism Champions:
Robert and Amanda Parker

Quality Tourism:
Mitton Hall
The Gibbon Bridge Hotel

Special Contribution:
Patrick Tostevin of Ribchester Museum

Unsung Hero:
Mr Philip Wharton of Stanley House Hotel

Tourism Innovation:
Mytton Fold Hotel

Interactive Website:
Outdoor Elements
    
Team of the Year:
The Higher Buck

Individual Excellence in Customer Care:
Joy Parker

Excellence in Social Media:
Wild Boar Park

Creativity in Food and Hospitality:
Parkers Arm

Luxury Tourism:
Oakdean

Retail Experience:
Benedicts
The Delicious Deli & Café

Alternative Tourism:
Scare Kingdom at Hawkshaw Farm

Green Tourism:
Fifty One and a Half Boutique B & B

Tourism in the Community:
Longridge Heritage Centre

Tourism for All:
Shireburne Park
    
Excellent Visitor Facilities:

Grand Theatre Clitheroe

Posted: 09.04.15
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