The finalists have been revealed for the Cirencester Business and Community Awards.

Cirencester Chamber of Commerce is running their business awards alongside the new community awards organised by Cirencester Town Council.

Winners are set to be announced on Friday in a ceremony at the Church of St John the Baptist.

Here are the finalists for the business awards:

Business Person of the Year

  • Alex Reeves - First Military Recruitment
  • Marc Begg - Cirencester Fabrication Services 
  • Rob Gibson - Dolcetti

Large Business of the Year

  • The Barn Theatre
  • Kings Head Hotel
  • The Bathurst Estate

Small Business of the Year 

  • Cirencester Fabrication Services
  • Corinium Museum
  • Dolcetti 

Apprentice of the Year 

  • Holly Harrison - Cirencester College
  • Thomas Back - Cirencester College
  • Isobel Webb - McGills
  • Lewis Bradley - First Military Recruitment

Business in the Community 

  • Cirencester Creative Dance Academy
  • Ciren Scene Magazine
  • The NumberCrunchers

Team of the Year

  • Corinium Museum Front of House
  • Make It Sticky
  • The Bathurst Estate Forestry

And the finalists for the community awards are as follows:

Daniel Bingham Award for Community Project of the Year

  • 100 Strikes at Cancer
  • Health and Wellbeing Week
  • The Churn Project Friendship Café
  • The NHS and Beyond Project

Environmental Project of the Year 

  • Corinium Museum Environmental Sustainability Project
  • Wild Campus Cirencester 

Volunteer of the Year

  • Doreen Newman
  • James Hill
  • John Tiffney 
  • Keith Baalham

Cirencester Town Council’s Significant Contribution of the Year

  • Eileen Grout - Cirencester Health Group’s Patient Participation Group
  • Probus club