A host of Isle of Wight businesses are hoping to win a awards, courtesy of the website Muddy Stilettos.

They are nominated across the Hampshire and Isle of Wight region, in a wide range of categories.

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Arreton Manor B and B is in the running for Best Boutique Stay, while The Tomato Stall, also based in the village, is hoping to be named Best Local Food or Drink Producer.

Ryde is represented among the Muddy Awards nominations.

Eco-clothing label Hunter and Boo could be named best Children's Business, while Pickle and Dill on Union Street is hoping to be named Favourite Farm Shop or Deli.

In the running for Best Florist is Summer Lily's Flowers.

Cowes's Medina Bookshop is up for the Favourite Bookshop award and Wooldridge Interiors is among the businesses nominated for Favourite Interiors.

In the Favourite Destination Pub category, Seaview's The Old Fort takes on venues across Hampshire and in the Art Gallery category, Seview Art Gallery is hoping for a win.

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Turning to the West Wight, and Tapnell Farm is one of five nominations for Favourite Family Attraction.

Tennyson Garden Designs at Farringford is named in the Favourite Garden Designer category and Colwell Bay's The Hut is nominated for Favourite Restaurant.

Ventnor Exchange is in the running for Best Theatre/Arts Venue.

Reflecting the past year, the Best New Covid Biz award will go to someone who started a new business during the pandemic.  Isle of Wight baby and children's clothing brand Zoe and Zach is nominated.

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Seaview Art Gallery