|15th February 2015|
|Bath Chronicle Community Pride Awards 2015.|
Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst MBE said "I was delighted to be a judge for this years Bath Chronicle Pride Awards representing Sirona Care and Health in my role as a Non Exec Director, Sirona are one of the sponsors. It was an extremely hard job reducing down to the final 25 as all the nominations received were all worthy winners".
The awards, which are organised by the Bath Chronicle events team are run in partnership with Sirona Care and Health. The aim is to recognise and reward those people who make Bath and north east Somerset a better place in which to live and work. The awards celebrate the unsung heroes in the communities of Bath and surrounding areas, who have made real contributions and have had a positive effect on other peoples lives.
There are 25 finalist nominees across eight categories.
The finalists were chosen by a judging panel consisting of Loraine, Bath Chronicle editor Lynne Fernquest, executive director of BMI Bath Clinic Rod Mason, Minerva Bath joint managing director Jim Currant and Nikki Owen of Mogers Solicitors.
BBC presenter Ali Vowles will return to host the awards and businessman Stuart Doughty will be a guest speaker.
(Photo courtesy of the Bath Chronicle)
Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy 2015