On Thursday 13 September, Porsche Centre Guildford sponsored the annual Surrey Life Food and Drink Awards for the third consecutive year.
The Surrey Life Food and Drink Awards has become one of the region’s most prestigious ceremonies and one of the top culinary events in the Surrey calendar. The awards ceremony celebrates and honours restaurants, pubs, hoteliers and chefs from all over the Surrey region who have achieved outstanding quality and success in the food and drink industry.
The glittering ceremony was hosted at G Live Guildford this year. As sponsors, the Porsche Centre Guildford team were in attendance. We were delighted to once again sponsor the ‘Newcomer of the Year’ award, a tough category with runners up including the Distillers of Surrey and Miss Polly Café. Salt Box, a local pop-up catering events company, were the well-deserved winners of the night.
Adam Flint, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Guildford, said “We were delighted to support the awards ceremony once again, this year sponsoring the award for the best newcomer. Congratulations the Salt Box on the well-deserved win!”
Learn more about the 2018 Surrey Life Food and Drink Awards.
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