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Newcastle’s St James’ Park, part of the Prestige Venues & Events portfolio of unique and unusual venues, is launching the Good Deed of the Year Awards, a search to find Newcastle’s business community heroes.

With the search launching today, Tuesday 30th August, the venue wants people from across the region to nominate any business they feel deserves recognition for the work they do in the local community.

The winner of the Good Deed of the Year Awards will be invited to enjoy an all-expenses paid Christmas party night for up to 10 of their colleagues. The prize includes arrival drinks, a 3 course festive menu, festive party novelties and a fabulous evening of entertainment.

Samantha Doyle, Sales & Marketing Manager for St James Park, says: “We want to celebrate the unsung business heroes who help to make this region so special. They are the people who make Newcastle a better place to live, work and visit and we would like to pay tribute to them and all the work they do by treating them to a spectacular festive celebration.”

Nominees could trek mountains to raise awareness for charity, sponsor local youth teams, help protect the environment or look after elderly residents. They may even be businesses who organise key community events or raise vital funds for charities.

The residents of Newcastle will be able to select their community hero who will be the star guests at a quintessentially classy Christmas celebration.

Anyone wishing to nominate a business community hero can visit  where they will be able to outline why they deserve to win.

The deadline for entries is 15th September 2016

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