Inspiring young people from Norfolk and Suffolk are celebrated at awards ceremony The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, with host, Anna Williamson.
The winners of the food and. Farming award, The Patch, Sheringham Community Smallholding. Picture: Denise Bradley The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, in association with the Eastern Daily Press, louis vuitton shoes uk price list took place at Open in Norwich this evening, and celebrated some very special 11 to 18 years olds from Norfolk and Suffolk. TV presenter Anna Williamson, best louis vuitton bags dhgate known as a Nickelodeon, CITV and This Morning presenter, was the awards' host and she said was "very, very proud" to share the stage with the inspirational young people who she described as fantastic ambassadors of their generation. "They really are everything we should be celebrating about Great Britain young, talented, inspirational people. They have all done incredible things," she said. The awards were for food and louis vuitton samsung galaxy s3 case amazon farming, sport, community, charity, arts, bravery and education, and each category winner received 1,000. Ellie Bea Hitchcock Wyatt, from Norwich, was named Bernard Matthews Young Person of the Year. The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, with host, Anna Williamson. Picture: Denise Bradley Andrew Sherwood, Bernard Matthews HR director, said: "I personally cannot speak highly enough of the contribution these young people make, and my hope is that the Bernard Matthews Youth Awards spreads our feelings of enormous pride across our region." Bob Crawley, publishing director for EDP publisher Archant Anglia and who presented the community award, said: "Without community the EDP is nothing and without young people community is nothing. The two go hand in hand and we are really proud to be involved in this event." Talented performers from The Garage also entertained the awards' audience with a vibrant mix of music, dancing and theatre. The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, with host, Anna Williamson. The winner of the Community Award, Leigh Walter, with Archant's Bob Crawley. Picture: Denise Bradley THE AWARDS WINNERS AND FINALISTS Education and Bernard Matthews Young Person of the Year Ellie Bea Hitchcock Wyatt, 16, from Norwich, was crowned the Bernard Matthews Young Person of the Year after also winning the education category for co founding anti bullying social enterprise Bullying Stinkz which teaches young people about equality and the importance of celebrating differences and including others. The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, with host, Anna Williamson. The Garage dancers entertain. Picture: Denise Bradley Ellie Bea co founded Bullying Stinkz with her mum Jacqueline after she was bullied for eight years, and as part of Bullying Stinkz they have created a series of books and been working on an educational empowerment programme. Ellie Bea has also written songs including Gr8 As U R (and Bullying Stinkz) to inspire children. About receiving the two awards, she said: "It's amazing to have won. "I am really thrilled, and I really hope that getting fake louis vuitton in atlanta the message Gr8 As U R across will really help people." Also shortlisted for education: The 2013 Bernard Matthews Youth Awards, with host, Anna Williamson. The winners of the Arts Award, the Diss Corn Hall. Arts Award Group. Picture: Denise Bradley Tom Ewing, 17, from Trowse, for academic excellence and designing Wymondham College Magazine. Friendly Faces, a peer support group at Aylsham High, for work to prevent bullying. Charity Members of Nelson's Journey Youth Panel won the charity award for the inspiring way they help support Nelson's Journey's work with young people who have suffered a bereavement. The Norwich based panel is made up of 12 young people, some of who have received support from Nelson's Journey. The panel has helped edit new resources for bereaved children, given interviews about the charity's work, created a short film about its role, and is helping to develop a smartphone app. Tessa Jade Clarke, 18, from Worlingham, for supporting charities including East Coast Hospice and Help for Heroes. Charlotte Earl, 13, from Horsford, and Grace Byng, 12, for their great support of good causes that help animals.
Arts Diss Corn Hall Arts Award Group scooped the arts award for the group's work to promote the Heritage Triangle in Diss. This has included creating a film incorporating animation and people's memories about the area, organising a screening of the film, and holding an exhibition that included a model of the Heritage Triangle made by the group. The film was also selected for the.
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