Seahaven Business Awards 2023 finalists announcedContact us
THE 18TH ANNUAL SEAHAVEN BUSINESS AWARDS
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2023 AWARD FINALISTS
As we get closer to the grand Awards Ceremony and Dinner on 12th May, we would like to celebrate the achievement of our finalists and congratulation to all those who have made it to the final. The standard of entries was very high and our 6 judges had a difficult job selecting the finalists from over 100 companies and hundreds of nominations.
We would like to thank everyone who submitted entries for their businesses, and to the hundreds of the nomination forms that we received from their customers and clients.
Our MC for the Awards this year is John Young, well known for presenting and reporting BBC News for over 30 years. The Awards Ceremony & Dinner will be attended by Deputy Lieutenant of East Sussex, Mr David Allam, Deputy Chief of Mission — Mrs To Minh Thu from the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam for the UK and Ireland , MPs Maria Caulfield and Lloyd Russell Moyle, Graham Peters, Chair of Team East Sussex and the Mayors of Seaford, Newhaven and Peacehaven.
The glittering awards evening at Jerrom Hall, Peacehaven will commence with a reception and a three-course dinner before the seven awards are announced. With many thanks to our gold sponsors for the night, Charles Cox Group and our silver sponsors, Veolia.
THE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD
Sponsored by The Newhaven Enterprise Zone
FINALISTS for THE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR (in alphabetical order)
Inle Home, Seaford Town Market, Whittfit Training
BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD
Sponsored by Swindells Chartered Accountants
FINALISTS for THE BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR (in alphabetical order)
Levente Novaki (La Maison Catering), Megan Turk (Got Buns Huns) and Yahya Al-Hattabi (Yemini Coffee House).
THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD
Sponsored by The Sussex Sign Company
FINALISTS for THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD (in alphabetical order)
CmdShiftR, CTLA, Kempton House Day Centre and Seaford’s Secret Fairy’s Bookshop.
THE BEST EATERY AWARD
Sponsored by Experience It Now Travel
FINALISTS for THE BEST EATERY AWARD (in alphabetical order)
The Bengal Palace Restaurant, The Viceroy and The West Quay Cafe.
THE BEST ENVIRONMENTAL BUSINESS AWARD
Sponsored by Fine Marketing
FINALISTS for THE BEST ENVIRONMENTAL BUSINESS AWARD (in alphabetical order)
Havens Food Cooperative, Jeavons Toffee and Take Good Care.
THE BEST NEW BUSINESS AWARD
Sponsored by The Newhaven Enterprise Centre
FINALISTS for THE BEST NEW BUSINESS AWARD (in alphabetical order)
New Leaf Camper Conversions, Pelham Barbers and Whittfit Training.
THE PRESIDENT’S AWARD: FOR ARTISTIC ENTERPRISE
Sponsored by Mike Shorer Fine Jewellery
FINALISTS for ARTISTIC ENTERPRISE (in alphabetical order)
Got Buns Huns, James Cox Music, Julie’s Art of Noise and Magpie Art UK.
With many thanks to our awards sponsors:
Our charity for the night is the Hillcrest Community Partnership, a registered charity that runs The Hillcrest Community Centre in Newhaven. It is self-supporting and receives no council or government funding. It is the home to many local activities and community services and rooms can be hired for meetings or events. It does some great work locally.