Nominations open for SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2021

Gloucestershire’s biggest awards are back, sponsored by Willans LLP solicitors, ready to recognise the best of the best in the county for a fourth year running.

It’s time to get ready for the fourth annual SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards as nominations for SGGLA 2021 are now open via soglos.com/awards-lifestyle.

Once again sponsored by leading firm Willans LLP solicitors, SGGLA is the county’s biggest awards, first launched in 2018 to recognise and celebrate the best lifestyle sector businesses and charities in and around Gloucestershire.

With 17 diverse categories spanning Cultural Venue to Sporting Venue; Restaurant to Independent Shop; and Event to Charity of the year, organisations of all shapes and sizes have the chance to get involved.

And, after a tumultuous 2020 and rocky start to the new year, what better way to come together and celebrate all the incredible businesses that make Gloucestershire so amazing as the lifestyle sector reopens for business?

The SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards are once again free to enter via soglos.com/awards-lifestyle.

Nominations must be made through an official representative of the company – so don’t forget to send your favourite business a link to this page if you want to see them in the running.


SGGLA 2021 categories and sponsors

Cultural Venue of the year – Sponsored by 16i – 16i.co.uk

Family Day Out of the year – Sponsored by The King’s School – thekingsschool.co.uk

Independent School of the year – Sponsored by Hazlewoods - hazlewoods.co.uk

Live Entertainment Venue of the year – Sponsored by Nuffield Health – nuffieldhealth.com

Sporting Venue of the year – Sponsored by Personal Best – personalbeststudio.co.uk

Live Music Venue of the year – Sponsored by Guano Crazy Printing – gcprinting.co.uk

Restaurant of the year – Sponsored by The Mortgage Brain – themortgagebrain.net

Food / Drink Producer of the year – Sponsored by Gillman’s – gillmans.co.uk

Pub / Bar of the year – Sponsored by Neptune Rum – neptunerum.com

Hotel of the year – Sponsored by Roberts Limbrick Architects – robertslimbrick.com

Independent Shop of the year – Sponsored by Severn Wye Energy Agency – severnwye.org.uk

Shopping Destination of the year – Sponsored by Visit Gloucestershire – visit-gloucestershire.uk

Health / Beauty Business of the year – Sponsored by Gloucester Carpet Outlet - gloucestercarpetoutlet.co.uk

Wedding Venue of the year – Sponsored by Barrington Decorators – barringtondecorators.com

Event of the year – Sponsored by Move Property Sales & Lettings – move.uk.net

Charity of the year – Sponsored by Hooray Recruitment – hoorayworks.co.uk

Business of the year – Sponsored by Willans LLP solicitors - willans.co.uk


Nominations close on Friday 11 June 2021 and the shortlist will be announced on Monday 5 July 2021 – when voting will then open to members of the public through until Friday 17 September 2021.

Plus, all shortlisted businesses will be invited to attend the anticipated awards event at Cheltenham Ladies’ College on Thursday 21 October 2021, for an evening of networking, supper and drinks, when the winners of each category will also be revealed for the first time.

Tickets to the awards evening are invite only but also free of charge, ensuring the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards continue as the most authentic of its kind in the region.

For more information, and to enter, visit soglos.com/awards-lifestyle. For more on our headline sponsors, visit willans.co.uk.

By Annabel Lammas


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© SoGlos
Monday 29 March 2021

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