Guests at Ely Business Awards can win Sunday lunch at luxury Poets House worth £100

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House - Credit: Archant

More than 250 guests at tomorrow night’s Ely Business Awards will get the chance to win Sunday lunch for four at Poet’s House worth £100.

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House - Credit: Archant

Businesses from across the district will gather at the gala awards ceremony at The Lady Chapel in Ely Cathedral.

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch with all the trimmings in the boutique restaurant situated at the entrance to our historic cathedral city.

Originally consisting of three Grade-II-listed properties of the early 1900s and the home of a renowned local author, Poets House is a uniquely stylish hotel, restaurant and events venue.

Coupling the buildings’ original charm with stunningly innovative interiors, Poets House affords guests the perfect blend of luxury and comfort.

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House

The superb prize will see the winner sit down for a fancy Sunday lunch at Poets House - Credit: Archant


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Doors for tomorrow nights event will open at 6.30pm, where guests will be welcomed with a drinks reception before sitting down to a three-course meal and a night of glitz, glamour and celebration.

All proceeds from the raffle will go towards the Mayor of Ely’s charity.

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