Midlands Zone Readers' Awards 2017 - Finalists Revealed

Midlands Zone Readers' Awards 2017 - Finalists Revealed
Local, National News
Posted on 25 Jan 2017

The top five finalists in each section of this year's Midlands Zone Readers Awards have been revealed - and what a selection you have to vote for before the winner's are announced later in March.

Over 8,400 people voted for the finalists who are named in February's edition of Midlands Zone.

Voting has now been re-opened until Tuesday 28 February to allow you to cast your vote for the finalist that you think should win their category. You can choose everything from Best Birmingham Bar to Best Midlands Sauna, or Best Midlands LGBT Event to Best LGBT Community Group.

"Once again, the Midlands Zone team is overwhelmed at the response to this year's Readers Awards," said Ryan Humphreys, Editor of Midlands Zone. "It just goes to show the interest that individuals in the Midlands LGBT community have when it comes to the bars, community groups and clubs and we hope as many people as possible vote for their winner."

You can see the full list of finalists in the February edition of Midlands Zone (available at all good gay clubs, bars and venues - out now), or by clicking here where you can also vote.

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