Radio DJ Charles Dennett is set to host this year’s Fenland Business Awards gala presentation night
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Radio DJ Charles Dennett will be hosting this year’s prestigious Fenland Business Awards being run in association with Fenland District Council.
Born and bred in West Norfolk, Charles Dennett has been a voice on KL.FM 96.7 for nearly two years.
Because he doesn’t have a Norfolk accent he’s known as ‘Posh’ Charles on air and in the office. He knows the station pretty well - he used to read the news.
After realising he had too much personality for just plain old news reading, Charles moved over to presenting in February 2015.
He’s now hosts the Hometime Show, bringing great music, all important traffic and travel information and an unhealthy obsession with Taylor Swift to the airwaves.
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Tickets are sale now for the gala night, which will see all the winners in all 13 categories will receiving their awards on Friday October 9 at the Braza Club in Elm Road, March.
The event starts at 6.30pm and goes on til late and includes a sumptuous three course dinner.
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Tickets are £55 plus VAT and can be bought now by contacting Gerald Carey on 01438 866023 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course the awards are made even more special thanks to all our generous sponsors.
The short list of finalists can now also be revealed with the exception of the Food Producer of the Year, which is sponsored by Local Generation, and those companies will be announced later.
There are three finalists for Employer of the Year: Stainless Metalcraft, Top to Toe, Forece One Ltd.
Lauren Kirby from Holiday with Us, Tristan Mee from the College of West Anglia and Jamie Evans from CPL Felthams Ltd are vying it out to be the Apprentice of the Year.
Chatteris firm Stainless Metalcraft is also a finalist for the Green Award and is up against Purina Nestle and Greenvale AP
Business Person of the Year sponsored by Leeds Day Solicitors has four finalists: Patrick Burke, Force One Ltd, Nick Dowell, The Cambridge Sign Company, Sarah Davies, Top to Toe, Emma Sutton, A D Sutton Motor Engineers Ltd.
There are also four contenders in the New Business of the Year category: Bizzee Bee Flowers,
Black Cat Residential Property Ltd, Bluebird Care Newmarket & Fenland, The Cambridge Sign Company.
The Holiday With Us Group, The Cambridge Sign Company, Wings on Wheels, Barefoot Birth Pools and A D Sutton Motor Engineers Ltd are in line for the Small Business of the Year Award.
Medium Business of the Year has four fighting it out. They are: Force One Ltd, Bi Services, Bluebird Care Newmarket & Fenland and Stainless Metalcraft
Larkfleet Homes sponsors the Customer Service Award which sees finalists: The Light Cinema, Daddy Cabs, Barefoot Birth Pools and A D Sutton Motor Engineers Ltd, all hoping to take the title.
The final category is for Leisure and Tourism and there are four entrants hoping to win the honours:
Burwell Museum and Windmill, The Holiday with Us Group, The Light Cinema and Tydd St Giles Golf and Country Club.
There are two further categories Judges’ Award which recognises an individual or company that has not won a category but which the judges feel deserves special recognition and the top award of the night: Business of the Year sponsored by Whiting and Partners and this title is chosen by the judges from the winners.