Welwyn Hatfield museum wins ‘Hidden Gem’ accolade in Hertfordshire Tourism Awards

PUBLISHED: 12:07 03 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:09 03 December 2017

Mill Green Mill and Museum manager Linda Dobbs and Mill Green administrator Jade Taylor. [Picture: Go to Places]

Mill Green Mill and Museum manager Linda Dobbs and Mill Green administrator Jade Taylor. [Picture: Go to Places]

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Staff at Mill Green Mill and Museum are thrilled after the Welwyn Hatfield attraction became a winner in the Hertfordshire Tourism Awards.

Mill Green Mill and Museum was a winner in the Hertfordshire Tourism Awards.
Picture: Welwyn Hatfield Council Mill Green Mill and Museum was a winner in the Hertfordshire Tourism Awards. Picture: Welwyn Hatfield Council

The venue won in the ‘Hidden Gem Visitor Attraction in Hertfordshire’ category, beating competition from Letchworth’s Standalone Farm and Henry Moore Studios & Gardens near Much Hadham.

The awards celebrate exceptional standards of customer service and outstanding overall visitor experiences.

Mill Green Mill and Museum manager Linda Dobbs said: “We’re thrilled, it’s very much a testament to our excellent customer service and somewhere that the public appreciate!”

Linda and museum administrator Jade Taylor attended the awards ceremony in London.

Welwyn Hatfield councillor Tony Kingsbury, executive member for policy and culture, said: “It’s a fantastic achievement for Mill Green Mill and Museum to be recognised in this way.”

He added: “The team works hard to offer a huge range of educational but fun events; from the Christmas market to toddler mornings and tours of the mill, there’s something for all ages.

“Thanks to everyone who voted for Mill Green!”

Just under 15,000 people visit Mill Green every year to attend a variety of events, exhibitions and to explore the museum.

• To find out more about Mill Green Mill and Museum, and upcoming events there, visit www.welhat.gov.uk/millgreenmuseum.

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