Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2012-2013

PUBLISHED: 10:04 10 April 2012 | UPDATED: 21:15 20 February 2013

Tourism South East has announced that the Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2012-2013 will be officially launched and open for entries at the end of April

BEAUTIFUL SOUTH AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 2012-2013


Tourism South East is delighted to announce that the Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2012-2013 will be officially launched and open for entries at the end of April 2012. The Awards recognise businesses that deliver the very best in quality, innovation and service.


You can register your interest in the Awards programme by visiting the dedicated website: www.beautifulsouthawards.com.


The categories for the Awards in 2012-2013 will provide an opportunity for tourism businesses across the industry to showcase their organisation and the winners can go on to enter the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013. This year sees the introduction of a new category and we are delighted that it recognises one of Britains greatest traditions our Pubs.


Ken Robinson CBE, Chairman of Tourism South East commented, I am a great fan of the Beautiful South Awards. Every year they demonstrate that the South East has great tourism businesses capable of competing with the very best in the country and in some cases the world!


We ar also able to confirm that after such a wonderful celebration event last year we will be "returning to Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey for the Awards Ceremony which will be held on Wednesday 28 November 2012."


Once again Tourism South East will be working with Services for Tourism to deliver the Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2012-2013.


More information about Tourism South East can be found at: www.tourismsoutheast.com


More information about Services for Tourism can be found at: www.services4tourism.co.uk


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