Finalists of the second Skegness Business Awards have been revealed ahead of this year’s glittering presentations night.
There is just over a week to go before hopefuls in 10 categories find out who will take the crown from Natureland and become the Best Attraction of 2016.
The awards night, organised by Skegness Partnership, takes place at the Southview Park Hotel on Friday, November 18.
John Chappell, chairman of Skegness Partnership, said: “With all the judging complete the stage is now set for the second Skegness Business Awards.
“It’s gratifying that there are so many people passionate about their businesses and I hope all the finalists enjoy their evening”
The overall award for Business of the Year, sponsored by the Coastal Communities Fund, will be presented by Skegness Partnership.
Accommodation Award (REST ASSURED / SECWHA)
North Shore Hotel
Best Attraction 2016 (THE ROYAL HOTEL)
Grosvenor Hotel Events
Best New Business (HODGKINSONS SOLICITORS)
Kart World Extreme
Business Person of the Year (SKEGNESS & DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE)
Karen Sheppard, People First Mobility
John Kirk, Kirks Quality Foods
Anne Roberjot Roberts, Lowndes
Café of the Year (LICENSED VICTUALLER’S ASSOCIATION)
Care Provider of the Year (DUNCAN & TOPLIS)
Little Learners Day Nursery
Linkage Community Trust
Community Award (HILDREDS CENTRE
Skegness Silver Band
The Coastal Eco Centre
Customer Care Award (KIRKS QUALITY FOODS)
Retailer of the Year (MKM BUILDING SUPPLIES)
People First Mobility
Home & Fragrance
Young Employee of the Year (FIX AUTO SKEGNESS)
Sarah Epton, employed at Lowndes
Peter Blevins employed at Caxton House
Danielle Harrison-Luscombe employed at Subway
* Tickets for the awards night are on sale from Duncan & Toplis, 27-29 Lumley Avenue, Skegness. The price is £30 and includes a champagne reception, sponsored by Bookers Cash & Carry from 7pm, a three-course meal and entertainment following the awards ceremony.