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The Cornerhouse Reveals People’s Choice Award Winners


Cineworld gets a five-star review as hundreds of visitors vote it their number one venue in The Cornerhouse.

The cinema has been named as the Best Overall Venue for the fourth-year running, after Nottingham’s premier entertainment and leisure complex asked customers to nominate the places they like to visit most in the annual People’s Choice Awards.

Over 500 customers took to The Cornerhouse social media channels to cast their votes in the awards, which were made up of six different categories including Best Value for Money and Best Customer Service.

Cineworld, which includes the only IMAX screen in the East Midlands, came out on top in the Best Overall Venue category, closely followed by Turtle Bay in second place and the third spot going to TGI Fridays.

Lost City Adventure Golf was named in the Favourite Family Venue section alongside Cineworld and Fun Station, and Subway was selected for offering customers the Best Value for Money.

For a romantic date night, people are heading to Turtle Bay, alongside Cineworld and Rocket@Saltwater, and Revolution was chosen as the place to go for the Best Night Out with Friends, for the third year in a row.

The award for Best Customer Service and Friendliest Staff also went to Cineworld, closely followed by Turtle Bay and TGI Fridays.

Suzanne Green, centre manager at The Cornerhouse said: “The awards provide an ideal opportunity to recognise the hard work of all the staff at each venue and I would like to congratulate all the winners.

“The teams at all our venues work really hard to provide visitors with a great experience when they visit us for a few drinks with their friends, a pre-theatre meal or an afternoon of activities with their family. There is lots to do here all under one roof.”

Posted on 20 April 2017

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