Entries open for Royston Business Awards

PUBLISHED: 14:13 10 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:43 10 June 2016

Julia Brooks, chairman of Royston Chamber of Commerce.

Julia Brooks, chairman of Royston Chamber of Commerce.


Entries for the relaunched Royston Business Awards are now open – giving people in the town a chance to celebrate the best local entrepreneurial talent.

Organised by the Royston and District Chamber of Commerce, businesses will be able to enter into six different categories. These are best new business, best small business, best large business, best eating and drinking place, employee of the year and customer service excellence.

Chairman of Royston and District Chamber of Commerce, Julia Brooks, said: “Royston is represented by diverse, innovative and productive businesses and these awards represent an opportunity to showcase the entrepreneurial talent we have in our town.”

Tickets for the event, which will begin with a drinks reception followed by a three-course meal and live entertainment, will go on sale from July, at a cost of £30 for members and £35 for non-members.

Entry for the awards closes on June 30.

Visit the Royston Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page, the Royston Chamber website at www.roystonchamber.org or visit Royston Library for nomination forms.


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