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Business Social: Cirencester Business Awards 2018

PUBLISHED: 18:12 18 June 2018

The Cirencester Business Awards 2018

The Cirencester Business Awards 2018

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Exceptional businesses from Cirencester were rewarded for a year of hard work at the Cirencester Business Awards. Guests gathered at the Corn Hall to hear inspirational stories from companies from marketing agencies to music venues and theatres. The Ambassador Award, sponsored by Cotswold Life Business & Professional magazine went to This Country, the BAFTA-winning BBC comedy written by Cirencester brother and sister Charlie and Daisy-May Cooper

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Howard Smith from The Numbercruncher and Hilary Norris-Evans from Get Mind FitHoward Smith from The Numbercruncher and Hilary Norris-Evans from Get Mind Fit

Marie Eastman and Les Stephens from Prints and ThreadsMarie Eastman and Les Stephens from Prints and Threads

Nick Pannell from CRT Europe and Paul Brown from Royal Agricultural University Nick Pannell from CRT Europe and Paul Brown from Royal Agricultural University

Debby and Mark Gregory from Air Salvage InternationalDebby and Mark Gregory from Air Salvage International

David Fowles from Cotswold Media and Trisha Simpson from Old Bell HotelDavid Fowles from Cotswold Media and Trisha Simpson from Old Bell Hotel

Jane Davidson from St.Jame's Place and Christophe Dumeige from The Old Bell HotelJane Davidson from St.Jame's Place and Christophe Dumeige from The Old Bell Hotel

Hannah Street from St.James Place and Jonathan Street from Corinium ContinuousHannah Street from St.James Place and Jonathan Street from Corinium Continuous

Annamarie Bradley, Claire Millard and Kristell Weston from Screen4Annamarie Bradley, Claire Millard and Kristell Weston from Screen4

Ally Castle from Ideally Consulting, Justin Widger from JW Decorating and Gaynor Hutton from Screen4Ally Castle from Ideally Consulting, Justin Widger from JW Decorating and Gaynor Hutton from Screen4

Nicole Archer from Cotswold Life and actor Michael Sleggs from This CountryNicole Archer from Cotswold Life and actor Michael Sleggs from This Country

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