Shortlist revealed for Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards 2019

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 21 Mar 2019

The shortlist for the Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards has been unveiled.

A total of 12 awards were open to nominations, and judges have narrowed entries down to the final three in each category.

A diverse range of businesses have recognised, with winners to be unveiled at The Greatest Showman themed gala dinner at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe, on Friday, May 17.

New for 2019 is the Tilletts Business Woman of the Year Award, with the Cleethorpes boutique and e-tailer sponsor having scooped the ABP Business Growth Award in 2018.

The Tilletts Business Woman of the Year

Louise Coulbeck, JCS Fish, Grimsby - Director of fish docks-based salmon specialist (pictured right) 

Michelle Drury, I Learn Education, Brigg - Director of three-centre northern Lincolnshire day nursery (centre)

Alexis Powell-Howard, Fortis Therapy, Grimsby - Director of coaching, counselling and training service (left)


Grimsby Carpet Warehouse Small Business Award

Eyewatch Security, Scunthorpe - Intruder protection and allied services provider

Laser Red, Grimsby - Digital marketing agency

Tower Staff Construction, Grimsby - Specialist recruitment operator

ABP Business Growth Award

JemBuild, Humberston - Construction contractor operating nationally

Rocal Insulating Panels, Brigg - Manufacturer of composite products 

Taylors Family Butchers, Scunthorpe - Retailer operating out of Ashby High Street

Wilkin Chapman Business Person of the Year Award

Dean Bolton - Eyewatch Security, Scunthorpe (pictured centre)

Charlotte Hay - Healing Manor Hotel

Liam O’Leary - Laser Red, Grimsby

Hays Recruitment International Trade Award

Henry’s Health Hub, Hibaldstow - Medicinal herb importer to aid Crohn’s sufferers 

Fast Form Systems, Grimsby - Concrete forming construction support provider

Infocus ID, Scunthorpe - New and refurbished plastic ID card and badge printer

The Bridge McFarland New Business Award

Dollie Jewellery, Cleethorpes - On-trend brand making a mark internationally

Hats & Tiaras, Cleethorpes - Sea View Street fashion accessory outlet

Taylors Family Butchers, Scunthorpe - Second listing

Franklin College Young Business Person of the Year Award

Danielle Howarth – Belton Kitchen and Visitor Centre (pictured centre)

Joshua Walshe – Walshes Property Ltd, Scunthorpe

Katie Webb-Jones - Dollie Jewellery, Cleethorpes

North East Lincolnshire Business Development Award

Fast Form Systems Ltd, Grimsby - Second listing

ID Architecture Ltd, Grimsby - Town-centre based architectural practice 

JemBuild, Humberston - Second listing

North Lincolnshire Business Investment Award

Ellgia, Scunthorpe - Waste management operator  

FEL Group, Scunthorpe - Air-conditioning specialist

TSC Foods, Scunthorpe - Soup and source manufacturer 

Grimsby Institute Training Excellence Award

FEL Group - Second listing

Forrester Boyd, Grimsby - Accountancy practice

I Learn Education, Brigg - Three-centre northern Lincolnshire day nursery

DFDS Excellence in Community Award

Driver Hire Grimsby & Scunthorpe, Grimsby - Specialist recruitment and training provider

Health Tree Foundation, Grimsby & Scunthorpe – NHS fundraising charity

Ongo, Scunthorpe - North Lincolnshire social housing provider

Pepperells Innovation Award

Ellgia, Scunthorpe  - Second listing

Fortis Group, Grimsby - Therapy and training provider

Jones Food Company, Scunthorpe - Commercial-scale indoor farming 

MORE: Last year's winners

Two major awards do not take nominations, with the Forrester Boyd Business Excellence Award selected from entries across all categories and the JemBuild Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed on a worthy individual by the Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce, in consultation with the sponsor. 

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