WHITE ROSE AWARDS WINNERS 2018 Arts and Culture Award Leeds Playhouse Business Tourism Award Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate Guest Accommodation Cambridge House, Reeth Holiday Park Vale of Pickering Caravan Park Inns and Restaurants with Rooms Estbek House, Sandsend Large Attraction of the Year Cannon Hall Farm, Barnsley Large Hotel of the Year The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa, Bolton Abbey Outstanding Customer Service Team York Maze Producers and Makers Tipple Tails, Sheffield Pub of the Year The Dunkirk, Denby Dale Restaurant of the Year Skosh, York Self-Catering Accommodation Broadgate Farm Cottages, Beverley Small Attraction of the Year Grimm & Co, Rotherham of its final productions, before work started on a multi-millionpound redevelopment, was of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads – which they toured across the city of Leeds in the homes of local residents – highlighting perfectly one of its award-winning qualities - engaging with, and involving, local communities. The White Rose judges noted other recent highlights included a groundbreaking dementia festival with a big focus on accessibility and theatre for all. But this doesn’t detract from the venue’s ability to pull a crowd. The highly creative Christmas show - The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - smashed the venue’s box office record. Yorkshire in 2019 is an essential visit for lovers of culture and literature as the scene continues to thrive, and the county’s literary heroes and heroines continue to inspire people to visit the county that so inspired them.
Small Hotel of the Year Brocco on the Park, Sheffield Taste of Yorkshire Yummy Yorkshire, Denby Dale Tourism Event of the Year Bradford Literature Festival Visitor Information Award Aysgarth Falls Tourist Information Centre
Clockwise from left: Stunning rooms at Brocco on the Park in Sheffield. Venue filling performances at the Bradford Literature Festival. Yorkshire Event Centre. Breakfast at Yummy Yorkshire. Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley.