Last chance to enter St Albans Chamber of Commerce awards

PUBLISHED: 17:20 18 June 2019 | UPDATED: 17:27 18 June 2019

St Albans Chamber of Commerce Green Award 2018 Winner, Godfreys Chip Shop. Picture: Blue Feather

St Albans Chamber of Commerce Green Award 2018 Winner, Godfreys Chip Shop. Picture: Blue Feather

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The nomination deadline is fast approaching for this year’s St Albans Chamber of Commerce annual Community Business Awards.

Mercure St Albans Noke HotelMercure St Albans Noke Hotel

Anyone who lives or works in this area can nominate a person or company, or themselves, for the awards, which recognises individuals or companies who have an outstanding contribution to the community.

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Categories for this year's awards include Business Leader, sponsored by Rayner Essex; Young Employee, sponsored by Oaklands College; Best Restaurant sponsored by the Herts Advertiser; Community Champion sponsored by St Michael's Manor; Corporate Social Responsibility; Green Business; Business Growth; New Business 2019; and the President's Award.

It is being judged by directors of the St Albans Chamber Board, alongside the sponsors, using face to face interviews in the summer.

St Albans Chamber of Commerce Community Champion Winner 2018, Phil Thompson with Denise Parsons and Alastair Woodgate. Picture: Blue FeatherSt Albans Chamber of Commerce Community Champion Winner 2018, Phil Thompson with Denise Parsons and Alastair Woodgate. Picture: Blue Feather

The awards ceremony will take place at Mercure St Albans Noke Hotel on October 10.

Nominate a business at www.stalbans-chamber.co.uk/nominations by Monday, June 24.


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