Congratulations to our award winners at business awards

Friday 03 November 2017, 12:34 PM

Pyrenees Shire Council would like to congratulate Avoca Community Arts and Gardens, Rainbow Serpent Festival and Pyrenees Premium Cuts on their recent success at the regional business awards.

The Neoen Grampians Pyrenees Business Awards showcased the best in the region at a gala awards dinner.

Council would also like to acknowledge the hard work of all the entrants in putting their applications together.

Avoca Community Arts and Gardens won the 2017 Goldacres Best Community Event for the Avoca Station opening.

The Rainbow Serpent Festival won the Regional Development Australia (Grampians Region) Best Major Tourism Event.

Pyrenees Premium Cuts were awarded the 2017 Federation University Australia Business School Best New Business Award.

Mayor Ron Eason said Northern Grampians Shire Council and the organising committee put on a fantastic event at St Arnaud Town Hal.

“It was great to see our businesses and events representing the Pyrenees so well among such a high calibre of entrants,” Mayor Eason said.

“It shows you don’t have to be in a big regional centre to be putting on good events or to do well in business,” he said.


Rainbow Serpent Festival's Tim Harvey (centre) with partner Madeleine Jenkins with Stuart Benjamin from Regional Development Australia (Grampians Region)
James and Hayley Collicoat from Pyrenees Premium Cuts with Bob O'Shea from Federation University Business School.
Avoca Community Arts and Gardens' Marg Pilgrim, Rachel Buckley, Hugh Forster and John Heggie from Goldacres.
We acknowledge the people past and present of the Wadawurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, and Djab Wurrung tribes, whose land forms the Pyrenees Shire. We pay our respect to the customs, traditions and stewardship of the land by the elders and people of these tribes.

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