St Albans Chamber of Commerce celebrates leaders of our business community

PUBLISHED: 17:25 12 October 2015

St Albans Chamber of Commerce Community Business Awards 2015

St Albans Chamber of Commerce Community Business Awards 2015

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More than 200 delegates filled Aldwickbury Park Golf Club for the seventh annual St Albans District Chamber of Commerce Community Business Awards.

The Chamber gave recognition to 45 finalists of which there were nine winners overall. The event was co-hosted by Chamber directors Paul Rosenthal and Sabra Swinson, alongside executive director Lisa Bates and President David Clarke.

Lisa said: “Each year we are so impressed by the calibre of the nominations we receive, organising these community business awards is a great way to discover the many amazing people and businesses we have here in the district. I feel very privileged and honoured to be part of such a dynamic business community.”

She added: “A huge thanks to all of our sponsors and congratulations to all our finalists and winners, very well deserved.”

The winners are...

Young Employee Award, sponsored by Oaklands College - Margherita Vocca

Green Business Award, sponsored by The Green Triangle - JPA Furniture

Restaurant Award, sponsored by the Herts Advertiser - Thompson@Darcy’s

Corporate Social Responsibility Award, Sponsored by Harpenden Building Society - Thrales End Farm

New Business Award, sponsored by Debenhams Ottaway Solicitors - Total Care Personal Training

Business Leader Award, Sponsored by Rayner Essex Accountants- Jamie Allam

Business Growth Award, Sponsored by Clydesdale Bank - Rayden Solicitors

Community Champion Award, Sponsored by The Print Shop - Computer Friendly

President’s Award, Sponsored by Hertfordshire Business independent - Annie Brewster


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