An award-winning Frodsham pub has won yet another prize, being named North Cheshire’s best watering hole for the third time in four years.
Helter Skelter on Church Street has scooped the CAMRA award after impressing the judges yet again.
The pub will now go on to the competition to be named Champion Pub of Cheshire 2016.
Landlord Nick Broome said: “The hard work and commitment that comes from my staff, especially Joe Flett who plays a huge role in our cellar and beer offering, along with the support of my family, has been recognised once again in winning this award.
“Currently in our 10th year here at Helter Skelter, it is a tribute to the ethics and vision that I have had from day one.
“But at the end of the day without customers enjoying our ales, returning day after day, week after week, it would all be for nothing.
“I can only thank them for their loyalty and support over the last ten years and hopefully many more to come.”
Helter Skelter, which has appeared in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the last seven years, was chosen by judges over other finalists including The Egerton Arms in Little Budworth and pubs in Agden Wharf, Lymm and Moulton.
It was praised for its selection of beers from local breweries, home-cooked food and its appeal to customers and the community.
North Cheshire CAMRA chairman Nick Bosley said: “This competition gets stronger each year so for the Helter Skelter to win again it deserves all the accolades to everyone at the pub who has contributed to its success.”
Helter Skelter will represent the North Cheshire branch in the county-wide competition later this year.
For more information about the pub visit their website www.thehelterskelter.net.
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