Floral decor wins prizes

STAFF at a pub in Worle have been celebrating after winning an award for its floral decorations.

STAFF at a pub in Worle have been celebrating after winning an award for its floral decorations.

Carol Bramley, from the Nut Tree Pub in Ebdon Road, was presented with a certificate and garden centre vouchers as part of the Flower Power awards.

The awards, which recognised efforts made by pubs, hotels and tourist attractions to be bright and colourful, were presented on December 10 at Daunceys Hotel in Claremont Crescent, Weston.

The scheme has been running for four years and is organised by the Blue Skies Accomodation Standards Group.


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This year's awards were sponsored by Weston Town Council, Clevedon Town Council, Doubleton Farm in Hewish, Sanders GardenWorld in Brent Knoll, Banwell Garden Centre, and the Blue Skies Clevedon Tourism group.

The results were:

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Weston Town Council Award:

First Prize - Nut Tree Pub

Second Prize - Golden Lion Pub

Merit Prize - Oak and Glass Restaurant

Clevedon Town Council Award:

First Prize - The Cliffs Tearooms

Second Prize - Battleborough Grange Hotel

Doubleton Farm Award:

First Prize - Bella Vista Guest House

Second Prize - Cornerways Guest House

Merit Prize - Spreyton Guest House

Sanders GardenWorld Award:

First Prize - Battleborough Grange

Second Prize - Rookery Manor Hotel

Merit Prize - Old Rectory Motel

North Somerset Council Award:

First Prize - Ashleys Guest House

Second Prize - Prospect Farm Cottages

Merit Prize - Cornerways Guest House

Banwell Garden Centre Award:

First Prize - Batch Country House

Second Prize - Rookery Manor Hotel

Merit Prize - Battleborough Grange Hotel

Clevedon Tourism Award:

First Prize - Clevedon Pier

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