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Humble Bee Farm has been shortlisted for the White Rose Awards 2017.
The glamping accommodation provider is one of six finalists in the Holidays Park of the Year category. The news was announced on Saturday 24th June.
The awards, which are the biggest celebration of tourism in the UK, recognise the very best businesses in Yorkshire. The 17 categories cover everything from hotels to holiday parks, pubs to producers and arts to attractions.
Julia Warters, owner-manager of Humble Bee Farm, said: “We are thrilled to make the shortlist once again! It is such an honour to be selected, as there are so many worthy businesses out there.
“We wish everyone who’s made the shortlist the very best of luck.”
Colin Mellors, chair of the White Rose Award judges, said: “Yorkshire’s tourism businesses are truly exceptional - bringing large numbers of visitors and income to the region and enhancing our reputation at home and abroad.
“The sector goes from strength to strength and many of its established stars feature on this year’s White Rose shortlist alongside some welcome new additions. What they have in common is their firm commitment to ensue guests enjoy unrivalled hospitality, produce, facilities and experiences.”
Sir Gary Verity, Chief Executive of Welcome to Yorkshire, said: “The quality of this year’s entries has been exceptional and makes me feel hugely proud of all the brilliant work going on in tourism in the county. It’s an honour to be part of these awards that recognise the many businesses and organisations that make Yorkshire such an amazing destination.”
Humble Bee Farm was Highly Commended in the White Rose Awards 2016.
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