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Elmbridge retailer awards logoTHAMES DITTON TRIUMPHS AGAIN IN THE 

Thames Ditton independent shops and businesses have triumphed again, winning FOUR out of the SEVEN categories in this year’s Elmbridge Independent Retailer of the Year Awards.

Thames Ditton High Street shops and businesses scooped THREE of the Awards with:

  • Paull’s Fruit & Veg winning Best Deli or Grocer for the SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR, an incredible achievement.
  • CycleLink won Best Speciality Retailer for the SECOND YEAR RUNNING, also collecting the Green Business of the Year Award.
  • Café Noir situated on Platform One, Thames Ditton Station, won Best Restaurant or Café for the THIRD YEAR RUNNING.


Cllr Tricia W. Bland, founder of the Thames Ditton High Street Retailers’ Association says “we are thrilled that our Thames Ditton shops and businesses continue to be recognised for their fantastic goods and services by the people that matter - the local residents who vote for them. Winning FOUR out of the SEVEN categories in this year’s 2019 Elmbridge Independent Retailer of the Year Awards, is proof of excellence of our wonderful High Street and, also the very special service that commuters/visitors receive at Thames Ditton Station. The fact that Thames Ditton’s independent shops and businesses consistently outperform every other village and town in Elmbridge is stupendous.”

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Pictured: Thames Ditton’s ‘best of the best’ independent retailers scooping four of the seven awards:  Left to right - Connor, Katie, Jason Paull of Paull's Fruit & Veg; Cllr Tricia W. Bland; Andrew Manning, CycleLink; Alaa Habbooby, Cafe Noir; Alex Grout and Carina Manning, Cyclelink.