Nominations close soon for SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2021

The fourth annual SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards, sponsored by Willans LLP solicitors, are fast approaching – and there’s not long left to nominate your business for the chance to be recognised.

There isn’t long left to get involved with Gloucestershire’s biggest awards, with nominations for the anticipated SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards 2021 closing at 5pm on Friday 11 June 2021.

Since its launch in 2018, SGGLA has been on a mission to celebrate the best lifestyle sector businesses in and around Gloucestershire – sponsored for a second-year running by leading firm Willans LLP solicitors.

And local lifestyle businesses can still enter for free via soglos.com/awards-lifestyle.

Championing businesses from all over the county, there are 16 different SGGLA categories to suit organisations of all shapes and sizes – from cultural hotspots to restaurants, hotels and shops to events and charitable causes.

All nominations must be made through an official representative of the organisation, so please point your favourite Gloucestershire business in the direction of soglos.com/awards-lifestyle if you want to see them get the recognition they deserve.


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 via soglos.com/awards-lifestyle will close at 5pm on Friday 11 June 2021.

The shortlisted businesses will then be announced on Monday 5 July 2021 – when a public vote will open to decide the overall winners, closing on Friday 17 September 2021.

Those who make the shortlist will be invited to the awards event at Cheltenham Ladies’ College on Thursday 21 October 2021 to see the winners of each category unveiled and presented with a coveted SGGLA trophy.

Tickets to the awards evening are invite only but also free of charge – ensuring the SoGlos Gloucestershire Lifestyle Awards remain the most authentic of its kind in the county.

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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Thursday 03 June 2021

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