Still time to nominate your business
NOMINATIONS for this year s Royston & District Chamber of Commerce Business Awards will close at the end of September. Chamber chairman Stephen Larcombe said: The awards are open to all businesses of all sizes. It is not limited to chamber members and w
NOMINATIONS for this year's Royston & District Chamber of Commerce Business Awards will close at the end of September.
Chamber chairman Stephen Larcombe said: "The awards are open to all businesses of all sizes.
"It is not limited to chamber members and we hope that companies of all types in the whole district will participate."
Award committee member John Balodis said: "We hope that those working business-to-business will seek nominations for things such as outstanding customer service, investing in Royston or employee of the year.
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"If you have a really good member of staff, this is a good way to recognise them.
Nomination forms can be picked up from Royston library, Barclays Bank, Tesco and WKH Accountants in Kneesworth Street, Royston and returned by 5pm on Tuesday, September 30.
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Alternatively, nominations can be made on-line at www.roystonchamber.org or by using the form below.
One new award this year will be for outstanding contribution to the community. This is aimed at those who do "excellent work" in the public or voluntary sector.
The award is being sponsored by Royston Town Council and will be presented by town mayor Cllr Paul Grimes at the awards evening in the town hall on November 27.