We’re on a roll as the number of courteous businesses recognised in the Ilfracombe courteous town initiative has soared to 77.
We weren’t sure how this pilot scheme would fare but are over the moon that businesses and residents have taken this to heart.
You can see the 68 who have received their certificates and window stickers on our courteous businesses page – the remainder will be added when they have been presented with theirs.
Do you know of more businesses in Ilfracombe that need to be recognised for their courtesy? Please nominate them.
We’ve now recognised 71 courteous businesses in the Ilfracombe courteous town campaign.
The response from businesses and from customer nominating courteous businesses has been tremendous. You can see 56 of the recognised businesses – we only add them after we have personally presented them with certificates and stickers and are still running round to do this so check back regularly to see which businesses have been recognised.
If you live, work in or visit Ilfracombe and encounter a courteous business, please nominate them here.
Ticket office staff at Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station were presented with a Campaign for Courtesy Certificate by Rev. Ian Gregory (second right).
Staff at Stoke-on-Trent railway station receive a certificate from Rev. Ian Gregory.
Margaret Beasley receives a Campaign Certificate from the Campaign’s Patron-in-Chief Rev. Ian Gregory in her Pumpkin refreshment room at Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station.
Mary Ratcliffe (centre) presents a certificate to Councillor Rex and Sandra Burnett, Mayor and Mayoress of Swindon.
Councillor Mary Champion (left) receives a campaign certificate from Mary Ratcliffe.
Staff at Sainsbury’s in Southport receive a certificate.
Staff at the Court Lodge retirement home in Lymington, Hampshire, receive a certificate from Joyce Hayward.
Staff at Morrisons in Morecambe recieve a certificate from NCFC representative Alan Coles.
Staff at Lloyds Pharmacy in Tolworth receive a certificate.