The finalists for 2019 Leamington Business Awards are. . .

FINALISTS in the 2019 Leamington Business Awards have been announced.

A judging panel of leading Leamington business experts have shortlisted 38 finalists from a record number of nominations, including in two new categories for this year The Warwickshire Achievement Awards and Warwick District Charity Award.

Established in 2014, the Awards champion and celebrate the work of local businesses, individuals and organisations while also raising vital funds for local charities.

The judging panel is made up of: Roger Scott of Lloyds Bank; Sarah Windrum from IT Consultancy Emerald Group; Louise Richards from touring dance circus company Motionhouse; and Mark Ashfield, Managing Director of HB&O – and former awards organiser.

The winners gathered on stage at last year’s Business Awards.

The Awards, supported by media partner Business & Innovation Magazine, are this year headed up by Jonathan Smith of the Leamington Business Forum.

Jonathan said: “This year we saw more applicants than ever before. Judges particularly commented on the quality of the submissions. People seemed to take it even more seriously this year and put in a lot of effort.

“There were some very hard decisions that had to be made but the toughest ones were in the New Business and Independent Business categories.”

Jonathan Smith.

He added: “There were some very impressive entries in the Young Person of the Year category, inspiring youngsters who are working really hard and making an impact in their community.”

Returning to its previous home, this year’s glittering black tie awards ceremony on November 15th, will take place at the newly renovated Royal Pump Rooms and presided over by Master of Ceremonies Dave Sharpe.

A winner from all the categories will also go on to be selected for the prestigious Judge’s Choice Award – Business of the Year.

Nominations for The People’s Choice Award, sponsored by The Leamington Courier, are still invited until November 1st. Visit:



New Business of the Year – Sponsored by Lodders




Tutor In A Box


Business and Community Award – Sponsored by The Royal Priors

Aubrey Allen

A C Lloyd

Wright Hassall


Customer Excellence Award – Sponsored by The Box Factory

Modern Homes

Leamington Therapy

Feeding Untied

Aubrey Allen


Warwick District Charity of the Year – Sponsored by Aubrey Allen

Leam Trash Friends

Young people First

P3 Charity

Ups and Downs


Young Person of the Year – Sponsored by IAPS

Adam Lavender of Ubisoft

Philip Snell of Warwick Street Kitchen

Francesca Robson and Nicole De Barra of Way Ahead Project

Aaron Watkinson of Motionhouse


Employer of the Year – Sponsored by Bravissimo

Playground Games

Hair Management



South Warwickshire Achievement of the Year – Sponsored by Tara & Co

ECOFiX Group

Springfield MIND

Astrum Commercial Cleaning


Innovation of the Year – Sponsored by Withers and Rogers


Genba Digital

3S Knowledge Limited


Outstanding Achievement of the Year – Sponsored by Kingsley School

Leamington Art in the Park


Leamington Peace Festival


Independent Business of the Year – Sponsored by HB&O


The Drawing Board

Lockwoods Ski and Outdoor

Unleashed Cycles


Property Business of the Year – Bellagio Stone

Symonds & Newey Ltd.

A C Lloyd

Tara & Co

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