Local businesses, social enterprises, schools and colleges gathered at the Totally Wicked Stadium on 15 November for the inaugural Pride of St Helens Business Awards.

Awards were up for grabs in 12 categories, including Employer of the Year; Growing the Visitor Economy; and the Pride of St Helens Business Award.

Winners on the night were:

· Forsters Farm Shop – Small Business Award <10, sponsored by DC&A Financial Planning

· Safer Sphere – Small Business Award 10-49, sponsored by DC&A Financial Planning

· Network Space – Medium/Large Business Award, sponsored by NatWest

· Mill Green School – Skills for the Future Award, sponsored by Knauf Insulation

· Communications Plus Ltd – Employer of the Year, sponsored by Lucam Consultancy

· Amy Dawber from Groundwork – Employee/Team of the Year, sponsored by Unite the Union

· Groundwork – Community Impact Award, sponsored by Halton & St Helens Voluntary and Community Action.

· St Helens R.F.C – Growing the Visitor Economy Award, sponsored by GlobalMutual

· Vinyline Graphics – Growing the Creative Industry Award, sponsored by Cultivate

· Nijman/Zeetank – Excellence in Logistics Award, sponsored by St Helens College

· Coral Products Ltd – Excellence in Manufacturing Award, sponsored by St Helens Theatre Royal

· Communications Plus Ltd – Pride of St Helens Business Award, sponsored by Invest St Helens

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