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Friday, June 24, 2016
Fenland Enterprise Business Awards 2015
Employer of the Year Winner and Finalists

As anyone who runs a business will tell you its people are the most important asset which is why Fenland Business Awards include the Employer of the Year Award.

MEP Vicky Ford at G's

MEP Vicky Ford claims G’s of Ely – Europe’s largest salad grower- will move their headquarters out of Cambridgeshire to the continent if Britain votes to leave the EU.

March mayor Councillor Andrew Donnelly officially opens Bluebird Care officers in the town

Award winning local homecare and support provider Bluebird Care Newmarket and Fenland & King’s Lynn and West Norfolk is tackling loneliness and isolation by offering free companionship visits to the people of Ely, March and Wisbech.

Stainless Metalcraft winner of the Medium Business Award 2015

Among the 12 prizes up for grabs in the eighth annual Fenland Business Awards are accolades for Small Business of the Year and Medium Business of the Year.

Names of the current apprentices taking part in the recreation are below:
Back row L-R: Matthew Blackwood, Alex Barnes, Samuel Bunting, Harry Newman, Matthew Barnes
Standing row L-R: Ryan Wilson, Tom Herbert, Daniel Riches, Shelby Green, Cameron Smith, Tom Whitby Nico Rosella
Seated row L-R: Max Tovey, Nathan Vessey, Lewis Irving-Smith, James Simpson, Nicholas Ward, Cavan Quince, Jake Barber, Daniel Lynch
Holding sign L-R: Richard Bullock, Bradley Mead

Apprentices at Stainless Metalcraft are marking the centenary of the company’s apprenticeship scheme by recreating a photo from 100 years ago of their first apprentice intake.

Europa High st March. Picture: Steve Williams.

A shop was stripped of its right to sell alcohol after it admitted importation, concealment and sale of illegal tobacco.

The 2016 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards launch. Picture: Steve Williams.

A fantastic platform to showcase your business and to celebrate your achievements - that was the verdict on the Fenland Business Awards by last year’s big winners Stainless Metalcraft.


A Fenland food producer has announced it is looking to a further 100 workers.

Wayne Eady

A Fenland nursery that employs up to 200 workers at peak periods - and was bought out last year by a German company- warned that introduction of the National Living Wage could threaten recruitment.

Martin Lawrence

There are just a few days to go until the 2016 Fenland Business Awards networking event which is being held next week but there is still time to book your FREE tickets.

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