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Get entries in for Belfast Eastside Awards

By Staff Reporter

Published 08/11/2016

At the launch of the Eastside Awards, supported by the Belfast Telegraph, are host Tara Mills (centre, front), Alex Fleck, Jonathan Martindale, Simon Seaton, Stephen Patton, Philip Mylie, Lauren McDonald, Caroline Prunty and Jonathan McAlpin. The awards ceremony will be held on January 26 at the Stormont Hotel
At the launch of the Eastside Awards, supported by the Belfast Telegraph, are host Tara Mills (centre, front), Alex Fleck, Jonathan Martindale, Simon Seaton, Stephen Patton, Philip Mylie, Lauren McDonald, Caroline Prunty and Jonathan McAlpin. The awards ceremony will be held on January 26 at the Stormont Hotel

The last call is on for entries to Belfast's latest awards.

The Eastside Awards celebrate achievement in an area which has produced Northern Ireland greats George Best, Van Morrison, James Ellis and CS Lewis.

The awards are free to enter at www.eastsideawards.org until November 18. Entries can be made across 12 categories including: Best Start-Up, Business Growth, Business Contribution, and Food Product or Services.

Jonathan McAlpin of East Belfast Enterprise said: "We want to recognise everything that is the best about east Belfast. These awards will celebrate the achievements of those who are contributing to the economic impact of this area, inspirational residents who volunteer their time to help others, those who are successful in their chosen sport or career, and those who are imparting knowledge to our next generation."

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