Claygate has been named as one of the country’s best high streets by being shortlisted in the third annual Great British High Street competition.
Now the shortlist has been drawn up the public has the chance to vote directly for their best-loved high street online
This year’s competition saw a record 900 entries across all 14 categories with Claygate shortlisted as one of the top 3 in the local centres/parade of shops category.
Between now and 18 November you can cast your vote for Claygate free online.
If Claygate wins, not only will they get a share of the prize pot worth £100,000, but they’ll win expert training from Google’s digital taskforce for shops, cafes and restaurants and a trip to Twitter UK’s London office to further boost their social media skills.
Gary State, Chairman of the Claygate Traders Association, said “We’re proud of Claygate being shortlisted as one of Britain’s best high streets and now need everyone to show their support by voting. The public can vote once a day on the GB High Street website. It is simple and quick so please do go on and vote Claygate.”
Councillor Mary Marshall, Portfolio Holder for Community Development at Elmbridge Borough Council said “Our high streets are the life and soul of our towns and villages. It is great to hear that the fantastic shops, businesses and community spirit we have in Claygate have been recognised. I would encourage everyone across the Borough to lend Claygate your vote and to continue to back our local centres and independents.”