Andrew Gwynne, Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Denton and Reddish, has announced the results of his 2019 Local Business Awards to mark Small Business Saturday.
Gwynne, who has run the awards since 2015, opened nominations in October before Parliament was dissolved for the General Election.
Over 4,000 nominations were received from constituents for over 250 local businesses across Audenshaw, Denton, Dukinfield and Reddish.
On Saturday, Gwynne presented awards to winners and runners-up in each ward. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, joined Gwynne to present the award to the overall winner Bee Weighed, Denton.
Runner up: Stamford House Hair & Beauty
Winner: Poppins Ladies Hair Salon
DENTON NORTH EAST:
Runner up: It’s A Dog’s Life Cafe
Winner: Tranquility Cosmetics
Runner up: Bienvenuto Ristorante
Winner: Sweet Blossom Snaps
Runner up: Weatherheads Butchers
Winner: Sculpt Activewear
Runner up: Domingo Pizza
Winner: Church Street Chippy
Runner up: Knit2Tog
Winner: I Knead Pizza
Runner up: Christy’s Car Hospital
Winner: Heaton Hops
OVERALL WINNER 2019
Bee Weighed, Denton
Andrew Gwynne said:
“These awards are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate all the fantastic work that our local businesses do all year round.
“Running these awards has shown me once again how much people across the Denton and Reddish constituency value our small businesses.
“Congratulations to all those who were nominated.”