The annual Extraordinary People Awards (EPA) are here and Murray Hills have been nominated.
The Promenades Shopping Centre ask residents of Bridlington to nominate people, groups and businesses for the Extraordinary People Awards which celebrates the community, acts of kindness, hard work and people to be proud of in Bridlington.
There are various categories including Spirit of Youth and Volunteer of the Year in which people have nominated, the judges have deliberated and the top three finalists for each category have been decided. They will be honoured at a glittering award ceremony held at Bridlington Spa on Friday 22nd November 2019 in which the winners will be announced.
We thank you for everyone that nominated Murray Hills for Business of the Year and are very happy to announce that we are finalists.
We are looking forward to the award ceremony on Friday and even if we are not the lucky winners we are very proud to have been nominated and serve our local community and the people in it.
The finalists for the Extraordinary People Awards (EPA) are as follows:-
Spirit of Youth Charity Fundraiser
- Ronnie Kemp-Duke Sandra Orlando
- Madison Broadbent Vicky Loft
- Harriet Long Sara Taylor
Volunteer of the Year Coastal Hero
- Eric & Ann Robson Jack Allsopp
- 9th Bridlington Rainbows Grant Walkington
- Maggie Field-Masters Adrian Trowler
Community Local Hero Shaping the Future
- Douglas Papworth Sea Cadets
- Lost & Found Animals Scouts
- Chris Kirkham
Business of the Year Carer of the Year
- Murray Hills Solicitors Karen Cleal
- Yorkshire Belle Pleasure Boats Carole Hall
- Mighty Lancer Games Amanda Irvine
Teacher of the Year
- Leah Gosling
- Mrs Baxter & Mr Garland
- Nikki Scrymgeor
Good luck to everyone