Wildmoor Oak pulls in a triple at awards

By Tristan Harris Friday 09 May 2014 Updated: 09/05 22:08

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THE LANDLORD of a Bromsgrove pub celebrated scooping three prestigious awards at a special ceremony in Solihull.

The Wildmoor Oak was voted the Most Loved Business in Bromsgrove and the fourth in two national categories - the Most Loved Business in the UK and the Most Loved English and Caribbean Restaurant in the UK.

It comes after testimonials from customers were collected, collated and verified over the last 12 months. The Wildmoor Oak received an impressive 1,246 positive reviews, sending the popular pub to the top of the leaderboard.

Lorenzo Richards said: “We love all our customers at The Wildmoor Oak and it’s great to know they love us back.”

Lyndon Stokes, who recently took over the Bromsgrove franchise, said: “Businesses like The Wildmoor Oak work exceptionally hard to maintain a high level of service and establish customer loyalty.

“Being voted the best business in Bromsgrove is a testament to the effort made by Lorenzo and all his staff.”

Visit www.wildmooroak.com/testimonials for more information.

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