LOCAL FINALISTS IN THE SOMERSET MUDDY STILETTOS AWARDS 2017!
With so many wonderful and quirky businesses in and around us help to boost their popularity and no polling station in sight!
Voting has been extended to Friday Muddy Stilettos
Nominated by customers across Somerset who strongly believe that local is best, these home-grown businesses have been recognised as some of the very best in the county. The Muddy Stiletto Awards 2017 categories are niche and aim to encourage cool, small businesses that don't always get the recognition that they deserve.
BEST CAFE — Living Pretty
BEST GIFT SHOP — Eustace and Arthur, Langport
BEST INTERIORS STORE — Lafleure, Langport
BEST DESTINATION PUB — Half Way House, Pitney
BEST BOUTIQUE STAY — Studio Farrows, Aller
BEST FITNESS INSTRUCTOR -Natasha Howells in Langport
BEST MEN'S STORE — Bow Street Barbers
And many more...
Muddy Stilettos is the UK's leading regional lifestyle blog, the blog is the 'urban guide to the countryside' for intelligent, fun-loving women who live outside the metropolis, but who want to be in the know for the cool, quirky and unmissable things to do where THEY live.
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