Awards bring rewards

One of the winners of this year’s Shropshire Chamber of Commerce Awards has revealed their triumph has already helped win new business. Shropshire Festivals – the team behind Shrewsbury Food Festival and Shropshire Kids Festival – was named Best Small Business (under five employees) at this year’s prestigious ceremony.

Bridgnorth firm Grainger and Worrall triumphed as Best Company overall, while Wenlock’s Salon 10 was named Best Small Business (six to 20 employees). David Dexters earned Best Customer Service, Hobsons Brewery won for Environmental Innovation, and Bridgnorth Aluminium scooped the Business in the Community gong.

Beth Heath of Shropshire Festivals (centre) says her company has already benefited from winning the award in terms of gaining new business


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