Daniel Morris Family Butcher in Denbigh are in contention for a Welsh title in the Butcher category at the Countryside Alliance Awards.
The Rural Oscars are now in their sixteenth year and have become the definitive rural business award to win, celebrating those businesses that go the extra mile and are the cornerstone of our rural communities.
They are set apart from other award schemes because they are driven by public nomination, offering customers the chance to tell us why their favourite businesses are worthy of national acclaim.
The Awards received thousands of nominations this year, so Daniel Morris Butchers has done extremely well to reach the regional final. To get to this stage is testament to the hard work and service they provide to their community.
Daniel took over the business from J Williams Butchers and since that time has won a string of awards and really boosted turnover. In recent years he has also branched out to open two further shops in Mold and Llangollen.
Huge congratulations to Daniel on being shortlisted. I wish him the very best of luck and encourage people to vote for Daniel Morris Butchers when voting opens in January.
Countryside Alliance Awards Director Sarah Lee commented:
“We have been overwhelmed by nominations this year. The secret to the Rural Oscars’ popularity is that they honour the people involved in these businesses and not just their produce or services. They exist to sing the praises of those who work hard to keep our communities and rural economy ticking, but don’t seek the spotlight. Our local produce is second to none and there are many community heroes and businesses worthy of national recognition.”
More information about the awards can be found here: www.countryside-alliance.org/campaigns/caawards/