The finalists in the Mayor’s Business Awards, organised in association with the Lynn News, have been selected.
Scores of West Norfolk’s brightest and best companies, managers and staff were nominated.
And the field has now been whittled down to three finalists in each of eight award categories, from which the winners will be announced at a ceremony in March.
The finalists in each category are as follows:
Mayor’s Business of the Year, sponsored by West Norfolk Council: Coldstores Limited, Lynn; Norfolk Leisure, Setchey; Ring Associates, Lynn.
Business Person of the Year, sponsored by Brown and Co: Mark Kacery, The Norfolk Deli, Hunstanton; Katherine Power, Vets One Group, Downham; Stephen Tansley, Shaun Hodgson Engineering Ltd, Lynn.
Apprentice/Trainee of the Year, sponsored by Roomfoss Control Systems: Harry Barker, Aspires Ltd, Fincham; Tyler Dawes, Congham Hall Hotel, Congham; Ashleigh Everitt, Boldero and Filby, Lynn.
Contribution to the Community, sponsored by Norfolk Training Services: Aspires Ltd, Fincham; Searles Leisure Resort, Hunstanton; The King’s Arms, Shouldham.
Customer Care award, sponsored by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce: Rural Broadband, Heacham; The Lodge Inn, Old Hunstanton; Vida Healthcare, Lynn.
Independent Retailer, sponsored by Adrian Flux Insurance: Ikon, Lynn; Market Bistro, Lynn; The Norfolk Deli, Hunstanton.
Leisure and Tourism, sponsored by Federation of Small Business: King’s Lynn Festival; Searles Leisure Resort, Hunstanton; The Anvil, Congham.
Small Growing Business (up to five years), sponsored by Mapus-Smith and Lemmon: Dedicated Care East Anglia Ltd, Lynn; The Anvil, Congham; TR Maintenance, Lynn.
The winners will be announced during a ceremony at Lynn’s Corn Exchange on Friday, March 4, 2016.
n Don’t forget it’s still not too late to submit a nomination for the Community Event of the Year award, sponsored by the Lynn News.
Nominations can be made at www.lynnnews.co.uk, under the Business Awards link, until January 22.