LONG Eaton traders were also handed Good Town Trader Awards.
Pete Thein, owner of Pete’s Upper Crust Café in High Street regained the title of top café/restaurant making it four awards in four years.
He said: “It’s a great honour to have won an award four times. I have put up a poster in the window thanking all the customers who have voted for me.”
Several traders were second or third time winners. Maria Lambourne, manager of Energie for Women, was delighted at repeating the gym’s success securing votes from members. The gym scooped the Best Customer Service award.
Maria said: “This is a reward for how well we look after our members.”
Best Pint and Pub Grub was handed to The Lockstone, Most Attractive Market Stall went to Knowles Fruit and Veg. The store voted Most Friendly to Babies and Children was Café Zing.
The Cheesecake Shop won the award for Most Friendly Store to People with Disabilities. Cleanest Shop Front was handed to Wildgoose Café and the Best Window Display gong went to The House of Ashley Peake. Asda was awarded Best Place to Buy Food.