The Muddy Award Winners 2019
You voted for them in your thousands! Raise your glasses ladies and gents to meet the Cornwall Muddy Award winners of 2019
That’s it people. The Muddy Awards have come a glorious end after another fast, frantic and terribly exciting finish.
Thank you so very much to all the many thousands of you who supported the brilliant indie businesses across Cornwall, and thank you also to the Finalists, all of whom would have made worthy winners. We really are so lucky to have such wonderful independent business in Cornwall – and such supportive and loyal communities who get behind them. For that, I say we give a big cheer to everyone.
Right then, enough blathering on from me. WHO WON?
Without further ado, meet your 2019 Cornwall Muddy Awards winners. Make sure you visit them next time you’re passing and see what all the fuss is about!
Best Art Gallery: Penlee House Gallery, Penzance
Best Bar: Tom Thumb, Newquay
Best Beauty Salon: Beautique, Newquay
Best Bookshop: The Edge of the World Bookshop, Penzance
Best Boutique Stay: Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay
Best Café: Woods Café, Cardinham Woods
Best Children’s Business: Elf and Zip, Truro
Best Day Spa: The Scarlet Spa, Mawgan Porth
Best Destination Pub: The Pandora Inn, Restronguet
Best Farm Shop/ Deli: Lobbs Farm Shop, nr St Austell
Best Family Attraction: The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan
Best Fitness Instructor: Becky Bennett, Truro
Best Florist: Flowers by Donna Cornish, Launceston
Best Gift Shop: Winifred and Mabel, Wadebridge
Best Hair Salon: Marzipan Hair, Truro
Best Interiors Store: Alice in Scandiland, Lostwithiel
Best Jewellery Store: Lucy Kemp, Hayle
Best Local Food/Drink Producer: Moomaid of Zennor, Zennor
Best Newcomer: SandBox, Newquay
Best Photographer: Photography with Grace, Newquay
Best Restaurant: The Fish House, Newquay
Best Theatre/ Arts Venue: Rogue Theatre, Tehidy Woods
Best Women’s Store: Roo’s Beach, Porth
Best Yoga/ Pilates Instructor: Jen Harvey, Newquay