The online tours have become a wonderful way to be together while apart or to help those still shielding, says the brewery's co-founder.
Each group has received £500 since the start of the pandemic from the retailer's Covid-19 Community Fund.
She joined the company 19 years ago and said the smallest act of kindness can make all the difference to someone's day.
It's described as the biggest change in the ripening sector in decades
Safety measures including social distancing will be in place and all events will need to be booked online.
The nomination shows how a local company has weathered the storm and developed ways to look after their clients, says its spokesman.
The business is on the market for £80,000 and has a turnover of £330,000.
Column by Peter Lawrence, director of Human Capital Department
One retailer described sales as 'astronomical' as triple the usual number of road and mountain bikes were snapped up.
The town was chosen as the ideal place in which to expand because it is 'alive, friendly and vibrant'.
An estate agent based in Burnham Market described the surge as a 'maxi-boom' with people queuing up to buy property.
The two and three-bedroomed semi-detached homes would be ideal for first-time buyers, says agent.
Residents will be able to place orders over the phone and receive their goods the next day.
The sale will be of interest to those from the animal care, veterinary and agriculture industries.
It joins other major retailers and charities to find a permanent solution to children going hungry.
The call comes during Business Safety Week which started on Monday.
Goods expected to fly off the shelves especially during theses uncertain times, says spokesman.
The site boasts state-of-the-art equipment and the practice offers 24-hour support seven days a week.
The shop boasts a coffee bar, tanning room, live music and will offer tattooist services.
Almost 50 per cent of people in East Anglia do not have a will, a new survey has revealed.