Monday 19 October 2020

Final day for SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards nominations

Gloucestershire lifestyle businesses, it's the last day to nominate yourself for a 2020 SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Award.

Nominations close on Monday 24 February 2020 for the third year of the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards.

Sponsored by Willans LLP solicitors, the SGGLAs celebrate the best lifestyle businesses and individuals in and around Gloucestershire.

There are 23 categories to be nominated in, ranging from Family Day Out, Independent School and Sporting Venue, to Homes & Interiors Business, Wedding Venue and Event of the Year, as well as a new Charity of the Year category.

This year’s awards will once again be powered by an exciting nomination stage and ‘people’s choice’ voting process, with the winners revealed at a prestigious industry event at Cheltenham Ladies’ College on Thursday 28 May 2020.

For more information, the full list of categories and to make a nomination, visit soglos.com/awards.

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Sunday 23 February 2020

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