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West Cheshire Youth and Community Awards 2019

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CWaC youth awards

Cheshire West and Chester Council Early Help and Prevention Service is hosting the second West Cheshire Youth and Community Awards to celebrate and reward the work of our young people in west Cheshire.

The awards will also recognise projects and the work carried out by dedicated individuals and groups to support our young people to help them to thrive, grow and flourish.

Councillor Nicole Meardon, Cabinet Member Children and Families, said: "The awards evening was a brilliant event last year. We were able to recognise and celebrate the fantastic work carried out by local people involved with youth services.

"This year we have nine award categories. We would like to encourage as many people as possible to make a nomination. If you know someone who you feel deserves recognition, please visit our website for full details and submit your nomination as soon as possible.

"The closing date for nominations is Wednesday 31 July."

Further information about the awards, including an online nomination form is available CLICK HERE

The awards will be presented at an event on Friday 13 September.

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