The award ceremony, held on Saturday 15th November, was sponsored by Taylor Wimpey and attended by 30 shortlisted nominee organisations, local dignitaries and business leaders.In an ‘Oscar’ style ceremony, winners of the 12 prestigious awards were presented by their category judges and individual award sponsors.All the winners received a certificate and £100 prize money.During the event, held at Cornerstone, the audience and special guests were entertained by local acts including O’Gara’s School of Irish Dance and Performing Angels & Stars Stage School.
Photographs from the Reception and Award Ceremony feature at the bottom of the page.
Awards were presented to the following winners:
Customer Focus - Trutex Schoolwear Didcot
Community Engagement - No Two Things
Community Engagement Highly Commended - Performing Angels & Stars Stage School
Best use of Science Technology & Innovation - Oxsensis Ltd.
Delivering Added Value - The Deli Didcot
Entrepreneurship & Enterprise - The Deli Didcot
Apprenticeship Scheme - Science & Technology Facilities Council
Customer Focus - Great Western Park Residents’ Association
Raising Awareness - Chilton D-Day Commemoration & Village Festival
Best use of Science Technology & Innovation - Style Acre
New Partnerships & Collaborations - Balsam Family Project
Best Fundraising Innovation/Campaign - League of Friends of Didcot Hospital
Inspirational Youth Group - Clean up Ladygrove Park, Didcot Girls’ School
Taylor Wimpey sponsored the gala event with individual awards sponsored by Didcot Chamber of Commerce, Jennings of Garsington Ltd., Rotary Club of Didcot, Wallingford & Didcot District Rotary Club and Soha Housing.