In association with the Wokefield Estate, Cherubs Floral Design and Cream Design, we are launching the second year of the Thames Valley Hospitality Awards.
These awards aim to recognise the establishments and staff in the industry around the Thames Valley. There wll be:
Around 13 awards celebrating excellence front and back of house
Top award, Hotel of Year
Judged independently and by reviews, mystery guests etc
Gala Awards dinner on April 28 at Wokefield Park
Media coverage/sponsorship from ITV, The Wokingham Paper, getreading, Newbury Weekly News, The Reading Chronicle, Slough & Windsor Observer, Bracknell News
Main organiser is Hilary Scott who has run the Pride of Reading Awards for 15 years as well as the Pride of Bucks Awards and The Big Match celebrity football Extra Time event
Established in 1997, we’re a graphic design consultancy based in the centre of Reading.
Working across a variety of sectors, we produce creative and engaging brand strategies, identities, website designs and ways to communicate that enable our clients to stand out, connect with their audience and flourish.In short, our design adds personality and delivers results.
Cherubs Floral Design is no ordinary florist. Established in 2004, it is one of largest floral design companies in the south of England. Its vast experience, our gifted staff, its vision and imagination add up to a service that is unique and dazzlingly beautiful.
De Vere is committed to recognising and rewarding excellence in hospitality and this is a great opportunity tochampion local businesses that demonstrate outstanding front and back of house service. We take pride in our offerings at the newly renovated Mansion House estate and look forward to seeing what other exceptional work is being done in the local area.
Hilary Scott is a freelance journalist and event organiser. She has organised the highly successful Pride of Reading Awards hosted by Chris Tarrant for 15 years. She also organised the Pride of Bucks awards, the Big Match celebrity football match Extra Time evenings among other events. She also works as executive secretary for Theatre & Arts Reading.