Meath Style Awards

Why enter?

The Meath Chronicle, is delighted to launch the fifth annual Meath Style Awards. From the growing popularity of the awards, we are pleased to announce that Specsavers in Navan are our main sponsors this year and we look forward to working with them this year to make it the best yet. The launch of the event took place on Monday 26th January at the Headfort Arms Hotel. To read more about the launch please click here. Following on from the success of previous years the glamorous awards ceremony will take place on Friday, March 27th, at the Headfort Arms Hotel in Kells. We have a brand new category this year that businesses can enter - "Best in Health & Fitness". Remember you either enter your business for this year's awards or nominate a business of your choice for an award.

Terms and Conditions

  • Businesses can enter themselves or be nominated by customers
  • Businesses can enter no more than two categories
  • Decisions by the judging panel is fi nal

To enter complete the online entry form by selecting either 'Enter a Business' or 'Nominate a Business' below

Customer Nominating a Business Entering your Business

FINAL DATE FOR ENTRIES IS WEDNESDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY

ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED. THE 2015 MEATH STYLE AWARDS WILL TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY 27TH MARCH IN THE HEADFORT ARMS HOTEL, KELLS. PLEASE SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS

Following on from the success of the inaugural Meath Style Awards in 2011, we are delighted to run the event for the fifth consecutive year in association with our sponsors. The event aims to applaud and recognise the best fashion boutiques-male & female, hair salons, interiors design, bridal fashion, beauty salons and spas, social media and new businesses in Meath.  LIKE US ON FACEBOOK for regular updates on the event.

Please click on the years below to see the winners from that year.

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