LBC 97.3 FM Living London Awards 2006
Wednesday 17 May 2006
The Independent has teamed up with LBC 97.3 FM to bring you the best of Local London 2006. We are running the Living London Awards again after 2005's success and so are calling on you to vote for your favourite local amenity. Whether it be a much-loved cinema or bookshop, or a sports facility or bar we want you to let us know about it by voting for who you believe to be the best in your neighbourhood.
This year we have also added the category of 'Best Neighbourhood Newsagent' to recognise the invaluable service that newsagents provide for your community - this is The Independent's very own award.
Voting is taking place now, right up until Friday 9th June and the 11 categories are listed below.
Best Neighbourhood Restaurant
Best Neighbourhood Cinema
Best Coffee Shop
Best Original Store
Best Neighbourhood Theatre
best Neighbourhood Bar
Bets neighbourhood Deli
Best Gastro Pub
Best Neighbourhood Sports Facility
Best Neighbourhood Newsagent
The Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be invited to a swanky awards ceremony at the Café de Paris, Piccadilly on Friday, June 30th, where they be be presented with their awards by LBC 97.3FM's Paul Ross.
To register your vote all you have to do is click on the LBC below:
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