Which is Huddersfield’s best pub? Help us find out with our Pub of the Year competition

WHO doesn’t love their local?

Pub of the Year

WHO doesn’t love their local?

We’re asking pubs to blow their own trumpet in our Huddersfield Examiner Pub of The Year awards.

We want landlords and licensees to nominate their pub, club or bar – and enlist the help of regulars to help win the competition.

The winner of the Pub of the Year award will receive a full page advert and also a banner for their boozer announcing their win.

The pub in second gets a half page advert.

The pub in third gets a quarter page advert.

All three will also be featured in our report on the competition.

And it’s free to enter.

Once pubs have been nominated we’ll collate all the entries, send out a competition pack and present all the pubs, clubs and bars in the paper. Then we’ll be printing special Pub of the Year tokens in your Examiner.

The more tokens that people who use your pub, club or bar collect, then the better your chance of winning.

After the closing date, you collect up all your tokens and send them to us, we’ll tot them up – and the one with the most scoops the title!

Huddersfield Examiner Roy Wright said he was delighted to be able to launch the awards.

He said: “We know Huddersfield has a multitude of fantastic pubs, clubs and bars and this is another way we can highlight businesses that are at the centre of our communities.

“We’ve launched our popular ‘Pub Page’ every Friday in the Examiner and we want to continue that commitment to pubs in our area.

“This is the first year we’ve run this competition so we’re hoping to get a good response and then, in future years, who knows how big it could be.

“I’d urge every landlord or licensee to nominate their pub, club or bar and get regulars collecting tokens. I look forward to finding out who wins – and maybe enjoying a pint or two as well!”

To fill out the online entry form go to:

www.examiner.co.uk/puboftheyear

 
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