The winners of this year’s St Neots Community and Business Awards were announced on Saturday night

PUBLISHED: 14:44 10 October 2016 | UPDATED: 15:27 10 October 2016

The launch of the business awards

The launch of the business awards

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The winners of this year’s St Neots Community and Business Awards:

Person of the Year - sponsored by Giggs & Company.

Winner - Ross Williams-Glick, community champion at Tesco, St Neots

Highly Commended - Robert Usher, Lawn in Order gardening maintenance services

Young Person of the Year - sponsored by Rexroth Bosch Group

Winner - Joseph Sydes

Highly commended - Sean Best

Teacher of the Year - sponsored by Rexroth Bosch Group

Winner - Reg Searle

Charity/Community Group of the Year - sponsored by Cooperative Funeral Care

Winner - Switch Now CIC

Highly Commended - St Neots Fire Engine Pull (Dave Webster and Steve Wills

Business of the Year - sponsored by Beacon Wealth Management and Jeffrey Mills Solicitors

Winner - Peppercorns Academy

Highly Commended - Katy North Academy of Dance & Cheer

Employer of the Year - sponsored by Huntingdonshire Regional College

Winner - Barfords + Co.

Sportsperson of the Year - sponsored by Barretts

Winner: Scott Thomas

Highly commended - Kevin Bullus, New Saints Boxing Club

Sports Team/Club of the Year - sponsored by Goldstraw

Winner - New Saints Boxing Club

Highly commended - St Neots Dragon Boat Team

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