Awards 2019/20
Award Winners and Highly Commended
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Awards 2019/20

Paul Vaughan of Bespoke Hotels receives the Best Accessible Toilet Award for Mere Restaurant, London
Jeannine Cubbin, Liverpool FC receives BBAAward from Neil Heslop CEO Leonard Cheshire Charity. Inclusive Employee of the Year
Louise Kirby From The Deep aquarium receives Most Inclusive Award
Joanne Dunne from Kings Head Cirencester Receives Best Boutique Hotel
Jo Dewhurst, Moor Hall Hotel receives Above & Beyond award
Sarah Stamp and Terri Nelson receive Historic England Award  for Woodhorn Museum‹‹
Andrew & Diane Howarth owners of Cottages in the Dales
Sergio Leandro & Jacqueline Kneebone Sea Containers
Paul Vaughan, Bespoke Hotels & Marc Collell, Sagardi 1882
Paul Vaughan, Bespoke Hotels
Gordon Campbell-Gray & Colleague, Three Chimney's Skye
Nita Patel, Caya Club & Paul Vaughan, Bespoke Hotels

Inspiring architects, designers, staff and proprietors to higher standards, creating exceptional venues that make everyone a ‘first class citizen’ with thoughtful, design-led accessibility.

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Award Winners and Commended 2019/20

Most Inclusive (Arnold Fewell Award)

The Deep, Hull

Highly Commended


People’s Choice

Cottages in the Dales

Highly Commended

G Live, Guildford

Above + Beyond

Jo Dewhurst, Moor Hall Hotel

Highly Commended

Attitude is Everything

Best Hotel (Upmarket)

Sea Containers

Best Bar, Upmarket

Sagardi 1881

Best Boutique Hotel

Kings Head Hotel Cirencester

Best Bar, Budget

Caya, Brixton

Best Restaurant (Upmarket)
(Conran Award)

Three Chimneys, Skye

Best Restaurant

Hicce Kings Cross

Employee of the year

Jeannine Cubbin, Anfield Catering

Highly Commended

Jo Dewhurst Moor Hall Hotel

Leonard Cheshire Award - Inclusive Employment

Shakespeare’s Globe

Highly Commended

M Restaurant

Historic England - Listed Building

Woodhorn Museum Ashington

Best accessible toilet

Mere London

“After losing my sight they gave me back Shakespeare through their amazing audio described touch tours and performances. But what changed my life was the welcome I received – from Front of House to the actors. The profoundly human encounters that first visit redeemed me after a disabling two years of sight-loss, related unemployment and extreme poverty. They simply saw me as myself and in that moment helped me to see me as my true self again. …(I’m) guaranteed to be welcome and never feel disabled or visually impaired.Member of public nominating ‘Shakespeare’s Globe’ for the Inclusive Employer Award 2019

Member of public nominating ‘Shakespeare’s Globe’ for the Inclusive Employer Award 2019