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Entries open for Fairford and Lechlade business awards

Entries are now open to members and non-members for the Fairford and Lechlade Business Club Awards.

The award ceremony will take place at Wrag Barn in Highworth on Saturday March 5.

The awards will recognise the efforts of local businesses, hospitality venues, entrepreneurs and business students who have powered through another challenging year for business.

Seven awards will be presented and Helen Webb, FLBC chair, will be assisted by master of ceremonies and sponsor of business of the year, Richard Martin of Cotswold Woollen Weavers.

Helen Webb, FLBC chair, said: "In 2021, we had such a positive reaction to our virtual awards, where we recognised so many businesses which had to go above and beyond throughout the first year of the global pandemic.

"However, we now feel the time is right for an actual physical event, with the excitement of being able to dress up and get together to celebrate local entrepreneurship. Apart from the judges, no one knows who the winners are until the night!

"The business club is now run entirely by volunteers, and I would like to thank and recognise them and our generous sponsors, who enable our annual event to take place."

It is free to enter the awards, which are open to both members and non-members based in the Fairford and Lechlade area.

Closing date for entries is February 10.

Award details, how to enter, how to vote, and how to obtain tickets can be found here: https://flbc.org.uk/awards-2021/awards-2022/.

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