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Corn Hall highly commended for helping to boost the south Norfolk economy and bringing in visitors from far afield.




Clare Robinson, operations manager, with Nicholas Hales, chair of the board of the Corn Hall. Picture Submitted
Clare Robinson, operations manager, with Nicholas Hales, chair of the board of the Corn Hall. Picture Submitted

The Corn Hall has been highly commended for helping to boost the south Norfolk economy and bringing in visitors from far afield.

The arts and community venue on St Nicholas Street, Diss, won the recognition in the Visitor Economy Experience category in the inaugural South Norfolk Business Awards.

Clare Robinson operations manager and Nicholas Hales the chair of the board of the Corn Hall, received the commendation at the black-tie event at Dunston Hall Hotel on February 5.

The other finalists for the Visitor Economy Experience were Lotus Driving Academy, based in Long Stratton and the Waveney River Centre in Beccles.

Waveney River Centre won the award with for its wide range of facilities and strong focus on "responsible tourism".

"As a charitable organisation, we were thrilled to receive this recognition of the hard work of all our staff and volunteers," said Clare Robinson.

"We plan on entering the awards again next year, this time in the Business in the Community category."



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