Pubs in Gedling borough are being given the chance to prove they are among the best kept and run in Nottinghamshire as the Best Bar None scheme is launched in the area.
The Best Bar None accreditation scheme recognises those pubs, bars and clubs in the area who take extra steps to ensure that their customers are safe and have a great time when they visit.
The venues that have passed the standard are listed on the Nottinghamshire Best Bar None website, and the public are now being asked to vote for their favourites, with a chance of winning an Amazon Echo.
You can vote for the following pubs in Gedling borough:
- The Blacks Head, Carlton
- Bread & Bitter, Mapperley
- Elwes Arms, Carlton
- The Earnhale, Arnold
- The Free Man, Carlton
- Friar Tuck, Arnold
- The Hutt, Ravenshead
- The Old Spot, Daybrook
- Old Volunteer, Carlton
- The Treetops, Mapperley
- The Willowbrook, Gedling
Councillor Glynn Gilfoyle, Chairman of Community Safety Committee at Nottinghamshire County Council, said: “Many pubs and clubs across the county do some fantastic work to ensure they are providing a safe, enjoyable and well-managed environment for their customers.
“Best Bar None is a nationally recognised scheme which gives us the opportunity to reward that fantastic work, whilst reassuring customers that they are in the best possible hands when they go out to enjoy themselves.”