EAST CAMBS BUSINESS AWARDS: Poets House, Ely, is New Business of the Year

12:26 07 October 2013

Ely Standard Business Awards 2013. New Business of the Year, Poets House. presented by Quotient Bioanalytical Sciences.

Ely Standard Business Awards 2013. New Business of the Year, Poets House. presented by Quotient Bioanalytical Sciences.

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Poets House was described by award judges as a “real asset for Ely” as it won the New Business of the Year award.

Located in the heart of Ely city centre, Poets House is a stylish hotel, destination restaurant, bar and event venue. It opened in February.

The judges said: “This finalist is outstanding – a new business developed by partners who really understand their market place and are already expanding into other towns.

“A genuine rising star and a real asset for Ely.”

Highly commended:

Sieve Creative, Isleham

The small but highly talented team specialises in brand development, graphic design, photography, video production and audio solutions.

FJ Cakes and Bakes, Little Downham

Opened by brothers Sean and Mark Foster-Johnson, the patisserie and convenience store opened in February. The majority of goods are baked and produced on-site.

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