Nor­folk and Suf­folk tourism awards


East Anglia’s tourism sec­tor cel­e­brated the best in the in­dus­try at the glit­ter­ing Nor­folk and Suf­folk Tourism Awards, hosted by Ar­chant. The re­gions’ best-loved attraction­s both big and small gath­ered for the cer­e­mony – held at Open in Nor­wich – which recog­nised the East’s vi­tal tourism in­dus­try.

Be­fore the awards were pre­sented, head­line spon­sor Hosea­sons’ Si­mon Altham said: “We are once again de­lighted to be sup­port­ing these awards and demon­strat­ing our commitment to the re­gional econ­omy.

“As a busi­ness with 75 years’ lo­cal her­itage it’s in­cred­i­bly re­ward­ing to be play­ing our part in such a great event and recog­nis­ing the true he­roes of our lo­cal tourism in­dus­try.”

It was a very spe­cial night for Greg Mun­ford, chief ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of Richard­son’s Hol­i­day Parks, who was the re­cip­i­ent of the Out­stand­ing Achievemen­t Award for his tire­less con­tri­bu­tion to the sec­tor.

Copies of these pho­tographs and ad­di­tional pic­tures from the events can be found or call 01603 772449

Tim Larke, John Laws, Sarah Beard, He­len Jer­rold

Alan Carr, David Hels­don, Ruth Cock­rill

Chris Scargill, Jo Fox

Julie and Michael Len­non

Theresa Wood, Diane and Chris Towle

Richard Hughes, David White­ley

Diana Scargill, Kerry-Anne Lyme

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