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Local Business in the Top Ten Finalists in 'English Women's Awards North'

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Pitch & Canvas is Tattenhall's newly established hidden gem of a glamping and holiday site.

Suzanne & Drew Miller opened Pitch & Canvas last year offering glamping and camping alongside their already well established self-catering holiday let business. You will recall that we featured their emerging business on Tattenhall Online last summer CLICK HERE.

Terrific news, however Suzanne has recently been nominated for the award for best small business at the 'English Women's Awards — North — 2018' and is thrilled to have made it into the Top 10!

Suzanne and Drew are attending the prestigious black-tie award ceremony in Manchester TONIGHT to discover who the winner for their category will be — fingers crossed!

Suzanne said "I am over the moon to have been nominated let alone get into the top ten; in my eyes the Pitch & Canvas team are already winners. We have had so much amazing support from family, friends, and neighbours and locals, and are so grateful to everyone that's helped us on this journey. It's been a very busy 18 months and to see the business grow as it has is fantastic."

Pitch & Canvas is working with several local businesses and is building some great working relationships to help enhance the local economy and put something back into the local area. Alongside offering glamping and camping for tourists, they also work with many schools to provide accommodation for school trips and Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions.

Being just down the road from the centre of Tattenhall they are based in an ideal location to provide accommodation for relatives and friends visiting local residents.

For further information give them a call on 01829 770325 or visit the website CLICK HERE

Good Luck from everyone at Tattenhall Online.

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