Shortlisting opens doors for Meg

A Shropshire lass has been shortlisted for an award that aims to recognise rurally-based businesses in the Midlands. Meg Hawkins, who lives near Shrewsbury, has been shortlisted in this year’s Midlands Best Rural Business Start Up Category of the Rural Business Awards.

The Rural Business Awards (RBAs) began in 2014 to acknowledge the breadth and depth of opportunity presented by the great British countryside, as well as to celebrate the achievements of rural businesses and to develop a strong network and community of rural business owners.

Meg says, “This means such a lot to me and the whole team who all work so hard. Being a rural business in many ways defines our story and our journey to this point.”

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