Business Partners and their team members were invited to the awards ceremony which included the launch of the Badger rebrand and the announcement of our eight award winners, followed by a three course meal and dancing till late.

We hope that everyone who attended the event had an enjoyable evening. We would like to express out gratitude to all of our suppliers, who sponsored the event, including Badger, Heineken, Coca Cola, Matthew Clark and Brakes.

We are extremely proud to have such talented operators across the Business Partnerships Estate. Congratulations to our eight award winners.

Best Garden: The Silent Woman, Wareham

Sponsored by Westons

The Silent Woman was awarded for having the most outstanding and well maintained garden which is full of colour and provides guests with an idyllic environment to drink, dine and hold receptions.

Best Food House: Ye Olde George, East Meon

Sponsored by Brakes

Ye Olde George was awarded for offering a consistently excellent experience and a great choice of quality pub food at a good price.

Best Newcomer: The Boars Head, Horsham

Sponsored by Matthew Clark

The Boars Head was awarded for successfully reopening the pub after a long closure (nearly 2 years) with no major investment and achieving a fantastic turnover.

Best Business Idea: The Dog and Duck, Outwood

Sponsored by Coca- Cola

The Dog & Duck was awarded for successfully implementing a business plan to encourage families to spend longer at their pub. They have improved the guest experience by enhancing their outdoor space with electric jeep rides for kids, a crazy golf course and an outside snack and drinks hut.

Community Asset: The Cricketers, Maidenhead

Sponsored by Heineken

The Cricketers were awarded for listening to their guests and going the extra mile to support their community.

Charity Champion: The Buffalo, Gillingham

Sponsored by Heineken

The Buffalo was awarded for their true dedication in supporting charity organisations, spreading their efforts to a variety of regular guests and local organisations.

Dave Blewitt Badger Beer Ambassador: The Plough, Crawley

Sponsored by Badger

The Plough was awarded for having consistently great beer quality audits and being a valued representative of the Badger brand who shares our passion for great beer.

Public House of the Year: The Old Inn, Widecombe in the Moor

Sponsored by Badger

The Old Inn, was awarded for performing exceptionally well across all areas of the business, and for bein a fine example of how a Hall &of how a Hall & Woodhouse Business Partnership pub should be operated.

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