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Congratulations to all the Exeter Living Awards winners

By April 19, 2018January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates, Why Exeter blog

Last week Exeter Living hosted its annual awards at the University’s Great Hall, celebrating a huge selection of brilliant businesses in Exeter and the area. 

Exeter Chamber would like to congratulate all of the winners, including the following 7 chamber members that won an award;

Exeter Phoenix – Arts Award

“Exeter Phoenix is underrated, cherished resource for Exeter. It is cutting edge, innovative, energetic, collaborative and highly creative with a varied portfolio”

The Oddfellows Christmas Bar – Bar Award

“The bar was a phenomenal success! The team’s brilliant, bold initiative was a stylish addition, providing the wow factor to the city of Exeter at Christmas”

IT Champion – Business Services Award

“IT Champion is clearly committed to the local community, charity and its staff. It is passionate about the sector and has had massive growth”

City Community Trust – Charity Award

“Staggering work! Everything City Community Trust offer is worth acknowledging. Its educational offering is highly inclusive, reaching diverse audiences”

Force Cancer – Charity Award

“Force Cancer Charity has had an outstanding 30th year, with 25,000 visits to its support centre underlining its role and its importance to Exeter”

The Bear Trail – Leisure & Tourism Award

“The Bear Trail are one to watch! Terrific impact in a short time for a large scale, ambitious leisure attraction”

Clear Property – Property Award

“Excellent year for clever, innovative operators that have performed really strongly. Decent civic activity too.”

 

We would also like to say a massive congratulations to Ollie Allen, secretary of the Devon County Show for winning the special achievement award. 

 

Members Ashley House, Harry’s Restaurant, Cathedral Appointments, Dana Mulligan PR and Marketing, Exeter College, Mercure Hotels, Princesshay & WBW Solicitors, Aquamarine Media, The Oddfellows, Clear Property, Exeter Cathedral, were sponsors of the event.