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Published by Alex Taylor at 6:07am 21st September 2018.

This evening, the very best of the Yorkshire Coast will be taking part in an awards ceremony.

The Toast of the Coast Awards, in its second year, is being held at Scarborough Spa. The nominations for each category are:

BEST ATTRACTION

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Scarborough Open Air Theatre

Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery

 

BEST PLACE TO EAT

The Martonian Inn, Sewerby

Relish Kitchen & Coffee, Scarborough

The Stables at Cross Butts, Whitby

 

BEST PUB

The Martonian Inn, Sewerby

The Ship Inn, Sewerby

The Plough, Scalby

 

BEST WHITBY BUSINESS

Eskdale Fisheries

The Stables at Cross Butts

The Whitby Cobbler

 

BEST SCARBOROUGH BUSINESS

Amelia’s Chocolates

Espresso Yourself

Raven Hall Country House Hotel

 

BEST FILEY BUSINESS

Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery

Bay Watersports

Hunmanby Pantry

 

BEST BRIDLINGTON BUSINESS

Mighty Lancer Games

The Ship Inn

Smith’s Butchers

 

BEST START UP BUSINESS

Escape Room, Scarborough

Eskdale Fisheries, Whitby

Infiniti Roofing, Scarborough

 

BEST BOSS

Keith Murray, Murray Hills Solicitors

Frank McMahon, YH Training Services

Iain Butterworth, Butterworth Marine

 

BEST PARENT

Sarah Carney-Anderson

Wayne Shaw

Clair Felgate

 

BEST GRANDPARENT

Patricia Howard

Julia Waines

Ella Stephenson

 

BEST VOLUNTEER

Tracy Roberts

Tim Kirkup

Robert Fenwick

 

BEST SPORTS PERSON

Henry Cornforth

Michael Coulson

Alex Belt

 

BEST CHILD OF ACHIEVEMENT

Elisabeth Hardman

Alisha Appleby

Preston Brown

 

BEST TEACHER

Elizabeth Granger, Scalby School

Nicky Sweeney-Chisholm, Wheatcroft School

Tracy Levis, TLC

 

The evening is being sponsored by chartered accountants Lloyd Dowson and SIV Scarborough Spa. 

Vanessa Rowbottom is from Lloyd Dowson, she said:

"Lloyd Dowson have committed to the Toast of the Coast Awards for the second year now. 

It was massively important to us to be involved again in this event which recognises the achievements of individuals in the local community, and also cerebrates the achievements of local businesses. 

Lots of these individuals in the local community are unsung heroes really. They don't necessarily think they've done anything special or important. 

So by giving them the opportunity to attend this awards event, it makes them realise just how values they are within their community."

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