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Award winners at the Brighouse Echo Business Awards 2013 at the Holiday Inn, Brighouse.

Award winners at the Brighouse Echo Business Awards 2013 at the Holiday Inn, Brighouse.

It’s your last chance to be part of the Brighouse Echo Business Awards 2014.

Tomorrow, Friday March 28, is the deadline for your nomination and to be part of a night to celebrate the success of business in Brighouse.

As well as the awards being presented in ten categories, the night will also be supporting the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

The hospice supports children with life shortening conditions and their families in West Yorkshire. The charity began more than 13 years so far supported more than 80 children and their families through their hospice at home service and at the state of the art hospice, Russell House, in Huddersfield.

They need to raise £2.8 million each year to continue the support and care services that they provide to children and families with almost all of the funding coming from the community,

The awards scheme, enthusiastically sponsored by Kirklees College, covers ten categories and features all types of business; from the major employer to the corner shop, from start-ups to established companies.

The Brighouse Business Awards culminate in what promises to be another glittering presentation evening on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at The Holiday Inn, Brighouse, and will be hosted by TV presenter Clare Frisby.

Sponsorship is still available for categories for any businesses wanting to be part of the night.

Businesses can enter themselves or nominate another in as many of the categories if they fit the criteria.

To find out more about the awards ceremony and how to nominate visit www.brighousebusinessawards.co.uk

When completing the form you should receive a nomination receipt from Ian Hirst.

Any problems about nominating contact ian.hirst@brighouseecho.co.uk

To buy tickets to our showcase prestigious event please email lisa.bradbury@jpress.co.uk

 

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