The line-up of judges can now be unveiled for the EDF Energy South West Media Awards with the entry deadline looming.
As usual the panel contains some impressive names with decades of journalistic experience between them.
The awards, run in association with HoldtheFrontPage, cover Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Bath, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.
The judging is taking place on Wednesday 8 April in Crawley.
There are just days to go to get your entries in before the official closing date of Friday, 27 March. The entry form can be downloaded now here.
The judging panel is as follows:
Nigel began his career at 17 as a trainee on The Star, in Sheffield, and has worked as a sub-editor on both the Daily Mail and Daily Express.
She got first job as a reporter on the Evening Echo, Basildon and Southend, in 1990 and rose to be deputy editor before leaving in 1997 to join the KM Group.
She began her journalism career as a reporter on weekly and evening papers and is an experienced Chartered Institute of Public Relations-approved media trainer.
He spent five years on the picture desk at The Argus, in Brighton, before leaving to take up his current role.
A former news editor and assistant editor of The Argus, she is now in charge of EDF Energy’s regional media activity across the country.
There is still just time to enter any of the 20 categories. Entries should be sent to: