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Countdown to 4Uth awards

Posted onPosted on 11th Nov
Countdown to 4Uth awards

There are just a few days to go until the final of this year’s 4Uth awards celebrating top youth talent in Nottinghamshire.

Seven district winners will be celebrated at the annual awards hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council in partnership with the Nottingham Post at an event on Friday, November 14, at 7pm.

The awards evening, to take place at the Old Library, in Leeming Street, Mansfield, will also see an overall countywide winner crowned. Thincludent is organised by the county council’s youth service. During the evening, guests will be entertained by young performers and musicians from County Youth Arts.

Coun Alan Rhodes, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, said: “We had 63 entries this year which is one of the best returns we have ever had, reflecting not only the huge number of outstanding achievements by young people, but also how so many people are keen to ensure these achievements are recognised.

“It has once again been an extremely high standard of entry this year and congratulations to all of the district winners as we look forward to a special evening of celebration on Friday.”

4Uth district winners inclu:

Ashfield: Kyle Sherwin, lives in Sutton-in-Ashfield. Kyle was nominated because of his work as a dedicated volunteer both in his local community and also at an orphanage in India.

Mansfield: Emilie Wright, lives in Mansfield Woodhouse. Emilie has been nominated for her work in her local community supporting the Mansfield Woodhouse Community Development Group.

Newark and Sherwood: Hannah Bagshaw, lives in Rainworth. Hannah was nominated for the way she has overcome barriers presented by the fact she has cerebral palsy, to make a valued contribution to the local Brownie pack as a Guide leader.