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Entries are now open for the Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2018

PUBLISHED: 14:04 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:04 15 January 2018

Chamber committee Howard Smith(Number Cruncher) Hilary Norris-Evan (Get Mind Fit) Jan Sparrow (Cirencester Scene) Annemarie Thurgood Vice President (Athena Web Design) Les Stephens President (Prints and threads) Mark Tawn (Davey Law) Claire Wardell Secretary (Cllr Claire Bloomer) Paul Brown (RAU) David Fowles Vice President (District Cllr and Cotswold Media)

Chamber committee Howard Smith(Number Cruncher) Hilary Norris-Evan (Get Mind Fit) Jan Sparrow (Cirencester Scene) Annemarie Thurgood Vice President (Athena Web Design) Les Stephens President (Prints and threads) Mark Tawn (Davey Law) Claire Wardell Secretary (Cllr Claire Bloomer) Paul Brown (RAU) David Fowles Vice President (District Cllr and Cotswold Media)

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The chamber looks forward to receiving your entries to make the 2018 Business Awards the best ever!

There was a buzz in the air at Corinium Museum on Wednesday January 10, as businesses from Cirencester gathered to hear about this year’s Business Awards. This included the Mayor Nigel Robbins, BBC Vernon Harwood, Davey Law, The Number Cruncher, Cirencester College, Royal Agricultural University, 10A, Tuxedo Junction, Chute design, Cirencester Scene, Cotswold Professional and Business life and many more.

This year is the chamber’s eighth Business Awards which will be held at The Kings Head Corn Hall on the May 11 2018 at 7pm. Entries are now open on the chamber website - click here.

Les Stephens President and the Vice President gave a presentation to the captivated audience about this year’s awards. Les announced a few changes that have been made this year. Judging will be taken out of the GL7 area and passed over to independent judges and the entry process has been simplified to encourage more businesses to enter.

The chamber urged business to enter the Awards, if people don’t enter, the Awards will not take place. Whether you are a sole trader or a large corporate business, the awards are open to all, plus its free to enter if your member and £10 if you are a non-member.

Les was pleased to inform the audience that over 50% of sponsorship had already been sold and by the end of the evening only one category was left to sponsor.

The chamber looks forward to receiving your entries to make the 2018 Business Awards the best ever. If you have any queries or would like to find out about other forms of sponsorship or tickets then please contact the Chamber Secretary via email to info@cirencesterchamber.org.uk.

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