South Holland Business Awards 2018 – Finalists

South Holland Business Awards 2018 – Finalists

Finalists announced for the South Holland Business Awards

are pleased to announce the finalists for South Holland Business Awards 2018.

Working with our headline sponsors, , the event is held at the Springfields Event Centre in Spalding and highlights the outstanding businesses across the district.

The following businesses have been selected as finalists:

Apprentice/Young Achiever of the Year Award - University of Lincoln, Holbeach Campus

Nicky Andrew of Woodlands Hotel

Oliver Horne of National Centre for Food Manufacturing

Brandon Pontin of Boston College

Sophie Bowers of National Centre for Food Manufacturing


Business Person of the Year Award - sponsored by  

Pete Issitt of Crowland Cranes

Sue Lamb of Lambs Flowers

Andrew Ellis of Poplar Farm Flowers

Rodney Wilson of RK Wilson Builder


Supporting the Community Award - sponsored by

Larkfleet Homes


Tonic Health


Customer Care Award - sponsored by  

Long Sutton Dentistry

Woodlands Hotel


New / Small Business of the Year Award - sponsored by 

Sergi’s Tapas Bar

Molsom & Associates


Business of the Year Award - sponsored by

Sunflower Lodge Child Care

Maples Solicitors

Worldwide Fruit


, Chief Executive at Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “The awards are now in their fifth year and the submissions we have received have gone from strength to strength.


“On behalf of myself and the Chamber, we’d like to thank each and every business who took the time to apply and also all of our sponsors who have supported the awards.


“We look forward to celebrating with you all at the award ceremony.”


The finalists will be attending the award ceremony with dinner and live entertainment on Thursday 15th November.


Further information about the awards.


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