The awards are over, but there’s still lots to celebrate. There were over 2,800 votes cast across the nine categories in the Made In Stockport Awards 2022 #MISA22.

Business of the Year

Won by Bask

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Small Business of the Year

Won by Daisy Imprints

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Concept of the Year

Won by Flecky Bennett’s The Stockport Ghost Walk

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Food Producer of the Year

Won by I Knead Pizza

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Drink Producer of the Year

Won by Stockport Gin

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Best Crafter of the Year

Won by Wonky Tails Pet Accessories

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Business to look out for

Won by Sticky Fingers

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Capturing Stockport Award

Won by Darren Smith Photography

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Independent Shop Front

Won by Caro Boutique

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Main Sponsor

Rise Homes has specialised in the development of sustainable residential property all for rent since 2012. The Company has or is developing over 2000 houses and apartments across 14 schemes in the North of England, including The Mailbox on the Station approach and The Interchange Apartments next to the new park and bus station being built opposite Mersey Square. Rise Homes, which is itself based in The Mailbox, is a subsidiary of the British Strategic Investment Fund.

Joint Sponsor

Their purpose is their driving force – to improve the lives of their clients, their colleagues, and their communities in a sustainable way. They are people powered business delivering a range of accounting, tax, audit, advisory and business services providing you with a personal experience, both digitally and at your door.

Made In Stockport Awards 2022 Supporting

Walthew House works with people and organisations in the community to provide practical and emotional support for people with a sight or hearing loss.

The charity was founded in 1882 and is named after its founder John Walthew, a former Mayor of Stockport. On 7th July 2009, Walthew House merged with the Stockport Centre for the Deaf to become one charity.

There was a business card draw to win a hamper filled with goodies from The Warren, Kate O’Brien Art and Stockport Gin to raise money for the charity. The draw raised £165.00 for the charity.

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