The Knutsford Guardian.
THE Church Inn at Mobberley is celebrating its third success in the National Pub & Bar Awards.
A total of 94 pubs and bars across the country were named the best venues in their respective counties, with The Church Inn being chosen as the top in Cheshire.
Church Inn owner Mary McLaughlin said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award for the third time.
“It’s a true reflection of all the hard work and dedication from our manager, Simon, head chef Richard and all the team – a great achievement for them all.”
The Church Inn
The National Pub & Bar Awards aims to put the finest on-trade businesses across the UK in the spotlight, showcasing how diverse and creative the hospitality industry is.
The pubs which were selected on overall best practice across a number of operational categories will be crowned at a ‘red carpet’ celebration at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly in London on May 22 2019.
At the final, which is hosted by restaurant critic Jay Rayner, 15 regional winners will also be announced, as well as the overall National Pub and Bar of the Year.
“Selecting this year’s 94 county winners has been inspiring,” said Tristan O’Hana, editor of Pub and Bar magazine, which hosts the event.
“From idyllic countryside pubs to inner city cocktail bars, this is the most eclectic and exciting industry in the world.
“It’s a privilege to help these businesses get the recognition they deserve.”