Great British High Street Awards
Unfortunately I did not realise that entries are closed to this as it was not well explained by the organisers. Nonetheless, rather than delete the post I would like to illustrate the shops you can vote for using the Method illustrated below:
The Artery, Banbury, Oxfordshire – @thearteryshop
Fleetwood Beach, Lancashire – @Fleetwoodbeach
Heart Gallery, Hebden Bridge, Calderdale, West Yorkshire – @HeartGallery
You can NOT vote for Silly Billy’s Toy Shop in the Great British High Street Shop Awards unfortunately and instead we suggest that you vote for the local contender around the corner:
it is very easy to do, although you do need a Twitter Account. The instructions on how to vote via Twitter are below
— The GB High St (@TheGBHighSt) 18 October 2016
Hebden Bridge is also listed in the small market town category of the Great British High Street Awards and you can vote for Hebden Bridge via this link:
So we would really appreciate it if you could take the time to vote for Heart Gallery in the Great British High Street Awards, as we, like many other businesses in Hebden Bridge, are striving to make a great comeback after the devastating floods of 2015
Voting for the best shop category is available from now until 19th November 2016 and further details are here about the #BestGBTwitterShop
We would be very grateful if you could take the time to vote forThe Heart Gallery in the Great British High Street Awards Best Twitter Shop.
Hopefully next year Silly Billy’s Toy Shop will be a finalist !!
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It is very simple to enter The Heart Gallery into the awards. All you need to do is create a Tweet similar to this:
#BestGBTwitterShop has to be, without any question, @HeartGallery #BE_WELL
Please #share #retweet
Thanks for reading and please don’t forget to vote.
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