Highland RFCA attended last night’s Clacks 2018 Business Awards at Alloa Town Hall.
The awards recognise the efforts of people and companies driving the local economy in Clackmannanshire.
HRFCA hosted a table with guests including Gail Morrison and Elizabeth Anderson from Dam Good Coffee, Chief Superintendent Thom McLoughlin of Police Scotland, and Zac Stark from Forth Valley College.
Our hosts were Dai John, Michelle McKearnon and Graham Struthers from HRFCA, Angus Watson and Alan McEwen from 7 SCOTS, and Ellie McKearnon.
HRFCA Head of Engagement Dai John presented the Excellence in Staff Development Award to Flourish Home Support Services.
Entertainment was provided by the excellent Stirling Gaelic Choir and Americana folk band The Cognac Twins. The evening was hosted by TV and radio presenter David Farrell.
The winners were: Business of the Year – Safequip Ltd; Most Promising New Business – Jump N Joy Trampoline Park; Family Business of the Year – Forth Plant and Sons; Most Impressive Employee of the Year – Luke Pickerill (Tesco Extra Alloa); Apprenticeship Award – Callum Bonner; Excellence in Staff Development Award – Flourish Home Support Services; Success through Sustainability Award – Ceteris (Scotland) Ltd, and SV24-7 Vending; Excellence in Customer Service Award – Tron Barbers; Embracing Digital Technology Award – AHC Tools; Community Spirit Award – Wee County Wellness; Best Not-For-Profit Organisation Award – Makers Cafe and Community Hub; A commendation was also awarded to The Sorting Office in the Most Promising New Business Award category.