Put Your Business in the Spotlight

Businesses have two ways to win, either by completing an entry for up to two Judge’s Prize categories, or receiving the most nominations in the Public Vote categories.

Judges Prize categories are listed below along with entry forms for businesses to complete and submit to our expert panel of judges.

Public Vote

There is no application process. Businesses should encourage their customers to vote for them in one of the three Public Vote categories: Best Hammersmith, Best Fulham or Best Shepherds Bush Businesses to increase their chances of winning. See our advice page to maximise your public votes.

Judges Prize Categories

How to Enter
Submit an entry and our expert panel of judges will decide the winners. You may enter up to two categories to increase your chances of winning.
Closing date for Judges’ Prize entries is Friday 25 October 2019

Entries Close In…

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Start your online entry today, you can update your entry anytime before the closing date using a password protected link that will be emailed to you.
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Check out this article for tips on putting in a winning entry.


Click category title for details and most importantly what the judges will be looking for in a winning application.

All shortlisted businesses will be invited to attend the Awards Ceremony on Thursday 21 November where the winners will be announced.

Completed entries can be returned by email to, post or hand delivered. Further details are on the entry form.

Social Enterprises and businesses who give back to the community make a growing and vital contribution to life in Hammersmith & Fulham.
Judges will want to see:

  • A genuine commitment to social objectives or the delivery of support or initiatives which make a genuine difference to local people.
  • Local engagement – does your work deliver for local people, what difference do you make to local lives?
  • Success – profit may not be the goal, but judges will want to see you delivering against your objectives.

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