Bartlett Automotive has been shortlisted as finalists for ‘Business in the Community’ and ‘Business Development’ in the Hunts Post Business Awards.
Bartlett Automotive has a strong presence in the local community and as well as hosting community based events, they are also keen fundraisers for local charities such as MAGPAS and Animal Health Trust.
Natalie Boyes-Bartlett has dedicated much of her spare time to community based projects such as Spotlight Productions, the resident youth theatre at the performing arts centre within Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon.
Likewise, Damian Boyes-Bartlett devotes his spare time to fundraising for CLIC Sargent Children’s Charity by participating in sponsored bike rides across the UK and Europe.
Bartlett Automotive has seen substantial growth in the last 12 months, and has just announced the opening of a second workshop in neighbouring Peterborough, and a significant move to new premises in Huntingdon, which will more than double the size of the existing site.
Natalie Boyes-Bartlett says “We are proud to be selected as finalists for the prestigious Hunts Post Business Awards, and we are looking forward to attending the gala ceremony in November!”
The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards have been in place since 1997 and since their conception they have prospered and become the leading event of their kind in the area. They recognise and reward innovation and best practice within the business community of Huntingdon.
The gala awards ceremony will take place on Friday 3rd November at Burgess Hall, St Ives, where guests will enjoy a drinks reception before sitting down to a three-course meal and a night of glitz, glamour and celebration.
Hosting the awards this year, will be Stewart White, a presenter at BBC Look East, who has hosted the Huntingdon Business Awards for the past 20 years. For more information about the Hunts Post Business Awards visit: