IMAGINE your lovely local pub scooping a top prize – and being able to toast it with a chilled glass of champagne.
If that takes your fancy then it is time to cast your vote in the Derbyshire Times’ first Pub of the Year competition.
Voting closes next Friday August 19 at 5pm and one random person will be picked to win a bottle of champagne.
To take part simply fill in the in paper coupon or text DBT (SPACE) followed by PUB (SPACE) followed by your vote, name. address and date of birth to 61500.
Voters must be over-18.
Here are the pubs nominated for the prestigious prize.
In Chesterfield: The Arkwright Arms, The Wellington Hotel, The New Inn at Winsick, The Cricketers Inn, The Rose & Crown, The Lamb Inn, Somerset House, St Helens Inn, Tramway Tavern, The Peacock
Donkey Derby, The Market, Chesterfield Arms, Punch Bowl Inn, Chandlers Bar, The Industry Inn, The Star Inn, Britannia Inn, The Spital, The Butchers Arms, The Blue Stoops, The Alma Inn, Olde House, The Grouse, The Rutland Arms, The Royal Oak, The Bulls Head, The Brickmakers Arms.
Nominated elswhere is: The All Inn, Staveley, The Blue Bell, Bolsover, The Hearty Oak, Dronfield Woodhouse, The Jolly Farmer, Dronfield Woodhouse, The Horse and Groom, Scarcliffe, The Dusty Miller in Barlborough, The Old Poets Corner in Ashover, The Hopflower in Inkersall, The Old English in Clay Cross, The Flying Childers Inn, Stanton in Peak, The Smithy Pond, Wingerworth, The Devonshire Arms, Alfreton, The Crown Inn, Higham, The Green Dragon Inn, Dronfield, The Boot and Shoe, Whitwell, The Greyhound, Higham, George Hotel, Youlgreave, The Bulls Head, Moneyash
The Old Nag’s Head, Edale, The Farmyard Inn, Youlgreave, The Blue Stoops, Dronfield, The Lathkil Hotel, Over Haddon, Bakewell, The Sitwell Arms Hotel, Renishaw.
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