Commercial Business in the Community

This award is open for any commercial business that contributes to the environment, community and society.

The judges will be looking for evidence that include the majority of the following:

1. Objective – What environmental, society or economy projects are your company involved in and why?

2. Impact – Give details of the contribution the project has made to the environment or community.

3. Commitment to future – Give details of future projects or explain how current projects require continuous support.

The winners of this award last year were Sirens Driving Academy.

UK Power NetworksThe judges said: “In partnership with the local police, Stephen Bell is now training young offenders and also gives up his free time to educate people in his local area on to pass their theory test.”

Owner Stephen Bell said: “I’m so pleased, there are a lot of awards out there but this is the one we wanted to win. I couldn’t do it on my own, this is really for the team. The academy was the brainchild of me and my wife Julia and it’s been a lot of hard work, I even gave up my job as a police officer. This award is recognition for all our work, especially with terminally ill children and young offenders.”