The 2018 Pride of Andover Awards launches this week…
Following the success of last year’s event, held at The Lights, Andover, in the Autumn, the widely anticipated Pride of Andover Awards is set to return this week for 2018.
The Pride of Andover Awards officially launches this week during an exclusive and intimate event on 16th June, seeing the Awards’ sponsors come together to network, enjoy light refreshments, and learn more about this year’s process.
With an impressive 9 awards categories open for nominations, including the highly regarded Spirit of Andover Award made possible by the Awards’ Main Sponsor, David Mellor Family Jewellers, this year’s Pride of Andover Awards is already anticipated to be the biggest to-date.
The category sponsors for The Pride of Andover Awards 2018 are:
- David Mellor Family Jewellers – Spirit of Andover Award
- The Commercial Centre – Sue Sheppard Award
- Andover Framing – Services Award
- Andover Vision – Community Champion Award
- New Street Dental Care – Young Person of the Year Award
- The Breeze – Inspiring Others Award
- Places for People – Sports Award
- Ocado – Fundraiser Award
- Aspire Defence – Heart of Gold Award
Christine Mellor of David Mellor Family Jewellers said of sponsoring the Awards for 2018:
“We’re delighted to be Main Sponsors of The Pride of Andover Awards for 2018, and we can’t wait for this year’s official launch, which precedes the opening of the nomination period throughout July and August. We’re really excited to see who’s nominated this year!”
The nomination period for the Pride of Andover Awards begins on 1st July and ends on 31st August.
Those interested in nominating their colleagues, friends or family for an award are asked to do so by filling out the simple online form, available on the Pride of Andover Awards’ website from 1st July.
The Pride of Andover Awards exists to shed light on the town’s unsung heroes – endorsing the inspiring and often selfless actions of Andover’s most generous individuals; promoting a sense of pride in our unique north Hampshire town.