As per a report, the Rural Business National Awards were presented and broadcast live for the second time via The Rural Business YouTube and Facebook channels on February 24.
After passing through the Regional Awards, the winners in each category advanced to the National Awards, where five companies would compete for the highest ranking in each category.
This year, the entries to the awards regionally were of the highest standards yet, meaning judges had a tough time deciding on the overall winners, leaving one category with two winners–a record for the Rural Business Awards.
Crown and Canopy came in second place in the tough-fought Best Rural Professional Services Business category. At the Regional Awards, Crown and Canopy was able to get the top spot and bagged Best Rural Professional Services Business and the and Environmental Impact Award.
Crown and Canopy specializes in developing and building completefacilities and custom retreat areas.
The company designs and constructs unique spaces that range from cabins, yurts, and retreats.
Based in the hills of rural Herefordshire, it has also created and run its ownretreats.
Crown and Canopy specializes in low-impact dwelling and structures, taking the timber from tree to product. Much of what it uses comes from the surrounding woodlands. The company gets, mills, and finishes its own timber, resulting inproducts.
Since its inception in 2010, Crown and Canopy has gained an array of experiences through the new market of luxurious camping and has collaborated with other experts in the industry to ensure that it is on top of theindustry providing top-quality services to landowners and other organizations throughout the .
In a Facebook post, the business announced that it was thrilled to be part of the Rural Business Awards.
“We are very happy to have been announced runners-up for the RBA Best Rural Professional Services Business at the National Finals last week!”
Featured image from Crown and Canopy.