The 2019 Bristol Diversity Awards have been named at a glamorous event in the city centre. It is the third year the awards ceremony has been held, organised by BCfm Radio boss Pat Hart. There were more nominations, awards and winners than ever before, with the awards seeking to recognise and celebrate people and organisations that embrace all areas of diversity and equality. The event took place at the Marriott Hotel in Redcliffe on Saturday evening, and here is a full list of all those who won, with the individual citations for each award. "The Bristol Diversity Awards represent everything we do as a radio station and help to encourage businesses, individuals, community organisations and statutory groups to embrace all areas of diversity and equality with the opportunity to get recognised for it in a high profile way," said Mr Hart. "The awards were launched in 2017 to public acclaim, striving to recognise individuals, businesses and organisations that have made outstanding … [Read more...] about The 32 winners of the Bristol Diversity Awards 2019
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A man who has spent a lifetime building one of Plymouth’s best respected businesses and a young gun who is making a name for himself at a tender age were among the standout winners at the Plymouth Business Awards. John Hirshman, who has steered the family firm for decades and had just celebrated his 80 birthday, was handed the coveted Lifetime Achievement honour in front of a packed audience at the Pavilions. And joining him on the winners podium was Harry Soloman, who at just 24 is hitting sixes at Wombat Cricket and ran away with the Young Business Person of the Year title. The two business stars were among dozens of firms and individuals nominated for awards at the latest version of the annual contest designed to honour the brightest and best in the Plymouth Live area. And it was a double celebration for Rittal CSM-Ltd which was named Large Business of the Year and also took the Apprenticeship Development Award. The trophy for Medium Business went to Sponge, and the Small … [Read more...] about Revealed: all the Plymouth Business Award 2019 winners
The Pride of Reading Awards are back and this year promises to be the biggest yet. Launched at Reading's iconic Malmaison Hotel the nomination period is now open where you can choose to nominate a person or business to be celebrated. With 18 categories which recognise the incredible achievements from the people of Reading , Berkshire, the winners will be announced at the glamorous awards ceremony in November. This year's theme for the awards is Love Where You Live. With a special guest appearance from former X-Factor finalist and patron of the awards, Danyl Johnson, the sponsors of this year's Pride of Reading have explained just what makes these awards so special. University of Reading - Young Person of the Year We are proud to support the Young Person of the Year award, celebrating the young people in Reading who make an exceptional difference in their community. The University of Reading exists to help young people fulfil their potential. We are ranked in the top 200 … [Read more...] about Meet the sponsors of this year’s Pride of Reading Awards
Press play to listen to this article By JACK BLANCHARD PRESENTED BY BARCLAYS BANK Send tips here | Subscribe for free | Listen to Playbook and view in your browser Good Thursday morning. It’s Maundy Thursday, and the bank holiday weekend is shaping up to be something of a scorcher. Make sure you enjoy it — Brexit’s back next week. DRIVING THE DAY REBEL REBEL: We’re into the fourth day now and there’s no sign of the climate change protests gripping central London subsiding anytime soon. The Met Police say they have now arrested 340 people — a pretty big number for a single protest — and yet judging by Extinction Rebellion’s own social media, most of the key sites remained blockaded throughout last night. Goodness knows what’s planned today, but you’d best keep a close eye on the London Underground updates as you head into work. The SW1 Twitter consensus — personified by Sky News’ Adam Boulton in this … [Read more...] about POLITICO London Playbook, presented by Barclays Bank: Mueller? … Mueller? … Anyone? … Mueller? — Climate protest Day 4 — Farage on the march