Surrey Heath Business Awards Winners 2016

Surrey Heath Business Awards 2016

Congratulations to the winners of the Surrey Heath Business Awards 2016!

The awards ceremony took place at the Surrey Heath Business Breakfast on Friday 18th March 2016 at the Camberley Theatre.

Each winner received a specially commissioned award, a certificate and promotion through various media channels, including Heathscene magazine, the council's website and social media.

The judging panel were:

Karen Whelan, Chief Executive, Surrey Heath Borough Council
Paul Marcus, Managing Director, 96.4 Eagle Radio
Mark Pearson, Director of Business Growth, Surrey County Council
Kevin Cantlon, Economic Development Officer, Surrey Heath Borough Council

Spokes of Bagshot - LogoWinner - Best New Business: Spokes of Bagshot

Shortlisted for this award:

  • eRentz
  • Passionate About Fish
  • Spokes of Bagshot

Winner - Marketing Success: Glo Hair Salon 

Glo Hair Salon Logo

Shortlisted for this award:
  • The Best of Camberley
  • Glo Hair Salon 
  • The Mall Camberley

The Pottery Gift HouseWinner - Best Village or Rural Business: The Pottery Gift House 

Shortlisted for this award:

  • Alboe
  • The Pottery Gift House 
  • Primal Roost

PS HairdressingWinner - Social/Environmental Responsibility: PS Hairdressing

Shortlisted for this award:

  • Kloud Engineering
  • PS Hairdressing
  • Specsavers Camberley

Stihl LogoWinner - Developing Talent: Stihl

Shortlisted for this award:

  • Longacres Garden Centre
  • Ravenscote Junior School
  • Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa
  • Stihl

Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa LogoWinner - Outstanding Achievement: Pennyhill Park

  • This is a new non-entry category for 2016, hand-picked by judges. It celebrates a company, organisation or individual who has significantly contributed to the growth and success of the Surrey Heath business community over a number of years.


Well done to the winners, plus all those who took part and were shortlisted.

As well as a specially commissioned award, each winner received a certificate and will be promoted through various media channels, including Heathscene magazine, the council’s website and social media.