Thames Valley Hero Awards

Thames Valley Hero Awards


Thank you to everyone who entered – we were overwhelmed with the level of entries. 

Congratulations to all those businesses and individuals who made the shortlist and to the winners who were announced at the event yesterday afternoon.


Thank you to Jon Briggs for being such an excellent host and to the wonderful Blobbie Williams for providing us with such excellent entertainment.

If you missed it, or just want to relive it you can now catch it on-line

 


Massive thank you to our sponsors 

This event was a unique opportunity designed to recognise and celebrate the inspiring, inventive and community spirit of local businesses and their employees throughout the Thames Valley.

There are so many amazing stories that have been borne out of these challenging times. Accounts of how both organisations and the individuals who work with them have become so involved and made a real difference and who deserve the recognition of the entire business community.

TVCC wanted to give a platform to showcase the outstanding work that has been done by local businesses and their employees during the COVID-19 crisis in support of the community, by recognising them with a Thames Valley Hero Award.

The Chamber was on the lookout for those companies and individuals who were – and still are –  going above and beyond to help out during the current crisis – those companies pivoting their production lines to help manufacture critical parts, helping local NHS hospitals and care services or lending a hand to support the more vulnerable in their local community.

There are so many businesses out there doing fantastic things to help others, but they are not always recognised in the way they should be. That’s why we were on the lookout for companies going above and beyond to help others during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Examples included businesses adapting their production lines to manufacture critical PPE, those helping local NHS hospitals, care services and front-line staff, or lending a hand to support the more vulnerable in the local community.