UK Blog Awards – I’ve been nominated! #UKBA19

I have had a long and arduous week, filled with vomiting twins (yes, at the same time!), pressurised print deadlines and my own dodgy tummy, but I have been cheered up immensely today with the news that I have been nominated for best Arts and Culture blog in the UK Blog Awards!

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The mission of the UK Blog Awards us to recognise the unique and resonant nature of the Internet community. The Awards and the most prestigious multi-industry awards honouring online excellence and I am honoured to be included in this list!

As a small blog in a big field, I don’t think I’ll get much further.

The scoring for the next round is made up of 40% public vote and 60% judge’s votes, so I think I’m a bit too wee to make it to the next round, BUT, if you would be so kind as to pop online and vote for me, I would be VERY grateful!

To vote for me, click on the link here, scroll until you find my name, then click on the little red heart to cast your ballot.

Voting is now open for 6 weeks, so please do be prepared for some vote-begging tweets between now and then!


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  1. Done, and good luck! As I’ve been voting frequently for my hometown in the Great British High Street Awards and they won only yesterday, I hope that means that I’m embarking on a winning streak voting for you! 🙂

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