Pub of the year competition
Over 38 pubs have been nominated for this year's Community Pub of the Year Awards. Judging will be taking place over the Summer, with the results announced in September.
Last Year's Winners
Community Pub Winner 2011
Coldham Hall tavern at Surlingham scooped the top award from the Community Pub of the Year scheme in 2011/12.
When George and Natalie took on Coldham Hall in 2009 it was a failing pub, with shabby decor and a dwindling clientele. But they quickly turned it around and now the pub is thriving.
Pictured: Owners George and Natalie.
Neighbourhood winners 2011
- Coldham Hall, Surlingham (Eastern River Valleys)
- The Burston Crown (Waveney Valley)
- The King’s Head, Bawburgh (Northern River Valleys)
- The Green Dragon, Wymondham, (Wymondham and West)
- The Greyhound, Tibenham (Tas Rivery Valley)
Community Pub Winner 2010
The Wortwell Bell chimed the right note with both the locals and the judges and scooped our Community Pub of the Year Award 2010.
Throughout the competition, the 17th century pub in the heart of Wortwell village, won a huge amount of public support and received hundreds of votes.
Pictured: Owners Stuart and Cathryn outside the Bell.
Neighbourhood winners 2010
- The Marlingford Bell (Northern River Valleys)
- The Green Dragon, Wymondham (Wymondham & West)
- The New Inn, Rockland St Mary (Eastern River Valleys)
- The Wortwell Bell (Waveney Valley)
- The Queen's Head, Long Stratton (Tas Valley)
Community Pub Winner 2009
The Pelican Inn at Tacolneston won the top prize of Community Pub of the Year in 2009.
Pictured: Landlady Esther Maginn with her family outside the 16th century coaching inn.
Neighbourhood Winners 2009
- The King's Head, Hethersett (Northern River Valleys)
- The Countryman, Tasburgh (Tas Valley)
- The Pelican, Tacolneston (Wymondham and West)
- Ferry House, Surlingham (Eastern River Valleys)
- The Cock Inn, Diss (Waveney Valley).
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Last updated on: 01 August 2012