Uncle Henry’s is celebrating their double finalist shortlisting at the Gainsborough Business Awards this week.
The farm shop, butchery and cafe at Grayingham were shortlisted as finalists in both the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Community’ and the ‘Small Business of the Year’ award categories.
The seventh Gainsborough Business Awards ceremony was held at the White Heather last Thursday 22nd, organised by Langleys Solicitors and IF Creative.
Uncle Henry’s Open Farm Sunday event which attracted over 5,000 visitors and raised over £7,000 for local charities was a large factor in determining their finalist place in the contribution to the community category. The new extension at the business, creating a new entrance for customers was undoubtedly a deciding factor in the shortlisting for business of the year. The new space has provided exciting new products and expanded ranges for customers.
Emma Ward, General Manager at Uncle Henry’s said:
We are delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at this prestigious local awards ceremony. It recognises the best in local business, congratulations to the winners of all categories and fellow finalists.