Pete's Upper Crust Café among winners of Long Eaton Good Town Trader Awards
A CAFÉ owner is celebrating after winning an award for the quality of his business for the fifth year in a row.
Pete Thein, owner of Pete's Upper Crust Café, has won a Long Eaton Good Town Trader Award.
He has won the best restaurant/café/takeaway – the fourth time that his catering has served up a success.
His café, in High Street, has previously also won an award for the most baby-friendly premises.
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The scheme, which also runs in Ilkeston, is organised by enterprise agency Erewash Partnership with the borough council's Pride in Erewash campaign.
Businesses are voted for by customers, who must give a reason for their nomination.
Mr Thein said: "It's fantastic to win yet again the award for best café. I'm delighted that customers voted for me."
Other Long Eaton winners were The Lockstone pub, Energie Fitness for Women, Knowles Fruit and Veg, The Cheesecake Shop, Asda, Boots, New Look and Kirith Richards Photography. The town centre unsung hero award went to Phil Bednall, from stationers Rymans, in High Street, who is a strong supporter of and main contact for the Radio Link anti-crime project.
In Ilkeston, the winners were Ilkeston Coffee Bean, Sir John Warren pub, Cutie Pie Cosmetics, Faith Waddington Plants, Wilkinson, Midlands Co-operative department store, U Choose Smoothie Bar, Petals Flowers and Durham Ox pub.
The town centre unsung hero award went to Kate le Prevost, of the King George Gallery at Ilkeston Ormiston Academy, and project manager of Excite Inspire Engage Erewash.
Ian Viles, chief executive of Erewash Partnership, said: "The awards produced a vast amount of entries from the most important judges, customers.
"I am delighted the partnership has been able to recognise outstanding new businesses, the contributions of individuals and established businesses."