Per­rys Ex­cep­tional Award win­ners

Kent Life - - Society -

Per­rys Char­tered Ac­coun­tants hosted its third an­nual Ex­cep­tional Awards at Leeds Cas­tle, where some of Kent’s most in­spir­ing in­di­vid­u­als, char­i­ties and busi­nesses came to­gether to cel­e­brate the county’s un­sung he­roes. More than 100 guests, in­clud­ing rep­re­sen­ta­tives from each of the nom­i­nated fi­nal­ists in five cat­e­gories, along with am­bas­sadors from busi­nesses and char­i­ties across the re­gion, en­joyed a cel­e­bra­tory ban­quet. Each win­ner was re­warded with a spe­cially en­graved tro­phy.

Bick­ley Park School, Brom­ley, Per­rys Ex­cep­tional Busi­ness Com­mu­nity Ini­tia­tive win­ner

Per­rys CEO Ste­wart Pope (cen­tre) with pre­sen­ters Chris Price and Ni­cola Everett

Per­rys Ex­cep­tional Char­ity win­ner, Em­maus, Dover, l-r Lawrence O’Sul­li­van, Sean Cul­li­nane, Nigel Bodell and Nigel Sim­mons

Char­ity fundraiser Cianna Critcher of Rochester, age seven, Per­rys Ex­cep­tional In­di­vid­ual win­ner

Natalie Northover and Phil Mott, TTE Litho, with Vic­to­ria Pera­son, Per­rys

Rachel Hale with An­drew Crad­dock, Com­mer­cial Fi­nance So­lu­tions UK Ltd

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