St Wilfrid’s Business Awards 2021

Our annual Business Awards give us the perfect opportunity to recognise our fantastic corporates, both new and well-established, who have wowed us with their support over the past year.

Although we were sadly unable to go ahead with an Awards Evening in 2021, our Corporate Fundraisers, Hannah and Simon, were pleased to be able to visit our winners and finalists to present them with their well-deserved trophies. 

We would like to wish all our winners and finalists a huge congratulations and thank them for all their creative and generous support. It is also with grateful thanks to Caffyns Audi for sponsoring the Business Awards in 2021.


Our Business Awards 2021 Winners & Finalists:

Outstanding Long-Term Supporter 

Winner: Gardners Books 

Finalist: Mason Bryant 

Finalist: Gaby Hardwicke  

Best New Supporter 

Winner: Crane & Co 

Finalist: Environment First 

Finalist: GPB Construction 

Best In-Kind Donation 

Winner: Southern Co-Operative 

Finalist: Gun Brewery 

Finalist: View Hotel 

Outstanding Individual Supporter 

Winner: Denise Banfield (Tension Technology) 

Finalist: Ella Weeks (Southern Co-Operative) 

Finalist: Alan Breeze (Breeze & Associates)

Best Event Supporter

Winner: Park Lane Group

Finalist: Hallmark Care Homes

Finalist: Payne & Sons

Special Category: Outstanding Pandemic Support

Winner: Clarke Roofing

Finalist: Go Plastic Pallets

Finalist: Your Move


If you would like to find out more about how your business can support St Wilfrid’s Hospice, please visit our Corporate pages.

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