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The Wheelwright Arms in Hurst picks up major gong in Thames Valley Hospitality Awards

The Wheelwright Arms in Hurst picks up major gong in  Thames Valley Hospitality Awards

A POPULAR Hurst pub has picked up a major gong in a hospitality award.

The Wheelwright’s Arms took silver in the Bar of the Year category in the The Thames Valley Hospitality Awards.

They focus on all aspects of the industry among local pubs and hotels.

The Great House in Sonning scooped six awards including winner of Warm Welcome and car park attendant Garry Stevens rewarded Front-of-House Star.

The awards were hosted by TV chef Daniel Galmiche and Royals legend Ady Williams and guests included Sir John Madejski.

Newbury Racecourse got silver in Wedding Venue of the Year which was won by Lillibrooke Manor in Maidenhead.

Entertainment was provided by Sam Rogers playing Sybil Fawlty and period singer Kitty Mazinsky performed two songs.

The awards are organised by Hilary Scott and Marc Allridge of Cherubs Floral Design and sponsors include ShowState, H&D Food Solutions, Berkshire Wedding Fairs and Matthew Clark.

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