Jun 21 2016

Tyne and Wear Lifestyle Awards Nominations Now Open!


Nominations are now officially open for the inaugural Tyne and Wear Lifestyle Awards which will celebrate the best of Tyne and Wear’s public facing businesses from restaurants to coffee shops, fitness centres to bars, in a special live event televised on dedicated local channel,  Made in Tyne & Wear.

Eleven categories are open to both business and public nominations with the celebrity attended, 300 seat ceremony taking place at The Discovery Museum on Wednesday 19th October 2016.

Along with a special judge’s award, Tyne and Wear Legend of the Year, the eleven categories include:

  • Best Bar
  • Best Club Night
  • Best Coffee Shop
  • Best Cultural Attraction
  • Best Fashion Retailer
  • Best Fitness Facility
  • Best Hair and Beauty Salon
  • Best Hotel
  • Best Live Experience
  • Best Pub
  • Best Restaurant

You can nominate your favourite lifestyle businesses for free at

Tony Hazell, Made in Tyne & Wear Station Manager said: “Tyne and Wear is an amazing region with so many fantastic businesses and brilliant people. We have an enormous sense of pride and responsibility being the city’s TV station and we’ll be recognising all that is great about Tyne and Wear’ lifestyle businesses with an event like no other currently held in the city.

The Tyne and Wear Lifestyle Awards are absolutely open to all businesses, big, small, independent, chain – the most important thing is recognising the best of them; the awards are all about championing the businesses people of Tyne and Wear really want to recognise and support as key reasons to visit and live in our fantastic cities.”

Jason Gale, founder of the World Lifestyle Awards adds: “Following a fantastic experience working with Made Television and the Bristol Lifestyle Awards in March 2016, we can’t wait to bring the event to Tyne and Wear! With the strong sense of pride the station and the people have for Leeds, bringing together the World Lifestyle Awards and Made Television is a brilliant match to honour and celebrate all that is great about Tyne and Wear.”