By Webteam - 18th November 2019 6:08am
Farm Made Tearooms wins Silver Award at the North East Cheshire Business Awards 2019.
In the Start up business of the year category, Farm Made Tearooms was awarded silver award in the North East Cheshire Business Awards on Friday 8th November 2019 at a prestigious awards ceremony at Mere Golf Club, Cheshire.
This award was dedicated to finding a start-up business that has brought a fantastic new product or service to the market, found a niche area to focus on or have overcome all odds to achieve success. The winning businesses will be businesses that demonstrate an ambition to succeed and a thirst to sustain and grow the business in the future.
Farm Made Tearooms was delighted to receive this prestigious silver award.
Hannah Goodwin, owner of Farm Made Tearooms, was thrilled to have been awarded this award and it is a true accolade to the hard-working teams at both tearooms in both Audlem and Rainow. The award will be hung pride of place within the Tearooms along with the previous award won from Taste Cheshire for 'Best Café 2019'.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our wonderful customers, locals and supporters for nominating us for such a significant award and making dreams come true. Thank you, Hannah and all the team at Farm Made Tearooms.
Farm Made Tearooms
Fun. Fresh. Local Food.
www.farmmade.co.uk | 01270 811488 | email@example.com
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