Havering Business Awards 2015 winners announced

PUBLISHED: 21:37 18 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:28 19 October 2015

Lakehouse was named Havering Business of the Year

Lakehouse was named Havering Business of the Year

Havering Council

The winners of the Havering Business Awards 2015 were announced at an award ceremony on Friday evening.

The winner of the Golden Anniversary Award was Coborn Engineering Ltd of Cedar Road, Romford, which supplies machines for the diamond tooling industry.

The Innovation Award was won by security specialists Metro Security GB Plc, Ashton Road, Romford.

Environmental Business of the Year was Safield Distributions Ltd, Spilsby Road, Romford, importers and distributors of gadgets.

The Staff Training & Development Award was won by Containers4Sale UK Ltd, Marsh Way, Rainham, which supplies containers for sale or rent.

CEME Conference Centre, Marsh Way, Rainham, won the The Customer Care Award.

New Business of the Year was won by photography company Pandora Images Ltd, Romford Shopping Hall, Market Place.

The winner of the Small Business of the Year was Evans Insurance Ltd, Western Road, Romford.

Growing Business of the Year was won by Halls of Ivy Beauty Academy, South Street, Romford, which offers hair and beauty training courses.

Harrison Wipes, Langley Close, Harold Hill, which manufactures cloths and wipes, was named Family Business of the Year.

Apprentice of the Year was won by Jessica Ravenhill of Havering College of Further and Higher Education, Ardleigh Green Road, Hornchurch.

Business Person of the Year was won by Sarah Walters of Romford Contemporary Arts Programme.

Lastly, asset and energy support services group, Lakehouse, King George Close, Romford, was named Havering Business of the Year. It employs 1,400 people and has a £345m turnover.

For a full report with reaction from the winners and a spread of pictures see Friday’s Romford Recorder.

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