The 2020 East Riding of Yorkshire Council Chairman's Awards are set to take place next month with a virtual ceremony.
The annual awards, which are usually held at Bridlington Spa in May, had been put on hold due to the COVID-19 lockdown but on Tuesday, 28 July, starting at 7pm, the winners will be crowned during a virtual event which will be streamed live on the council's social media platforms.
The event will be hosted by BBC broadcaster and presenter, Clare Frisby with chairman Councillor Pat Smith announcing the winners from each of the four categories.
Councillor Smith said: "I am delighted to be able to announce that the 2020 Chairman's Awards will be going ahead - albeit in a very different format due to the coronavirus.
"Everyone has worked hard behind the scenes to ensure a virtual ceremony can take place which will give us all the opportunity to recognise all the effort and work people have put into their communities to make it a better place.
"The list of nominees has now been announced and I congratulate them all and wish them the best of luck for the final."
* The 2020 East Riding of Yorkshire Council Chairman's Awards will take place at 7pm on Tuesday, 28 July, 2020.
SHORT LIST FOR 2020 CHAIRMAN'S VIRTUAL AWARDS
CHAIRMAN'S BUSINESS AWARD
Under 50 employees' category
CAB Executive Travel Ltd, Goole
Great Driffield Radio Ltd, Driffield
Subli Metals, Mappleton
Yorkshire Media Ltd, Beverley
CHAIRMAN'S BUILT HERITAGE AWARD
Single new dwellings, conversions and minor works category
Elm Tree Fam, Reedness
The Hall, Holmpton
9, Vicar Lane, Howden
Commercial developments and major schemes category
Drewton's CafÃ© and Farm Shop, South Cave
The Point, Beverley
The Duchy Homes and McCarthy and Stone Development, Swanland
CHAIRMAN'S SPORT AWARD
Driffield RUFC Ladies Team
Wolds Gymnastics Club, Driffield
Talented performer category
Emily Asquith, Bridlington
Jake Bedford, Long Riston
CHAIRMAN'S COMMUNITY AWARDS
Beverley Community Lift
Bubwith Leisure and Sports Centre
Hessle Epilepsy Society
Clare Greaves, Beverley
Darren Baker, Drifffield
Kirsty Clode, New Ellerby
Raymond Garbutt, Bilton
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