THE FLORRIE

Community Arts & Music Awards: The Write-Up

Our write-up of fridays community arts & music awards.

On Friday The Florrie hosted the first Liverpool City Region Community Arts & Music Awards, which I’m happy to report was a huge success. The night brought together and celebrated people and organisations from across the city who are making a massive diference through arts and music projects.

 

Hosted by Florrie patron Ricky Tomlinson, Star of TV’s The Royle Family, the night included performances from local musicians Remée and The Baby Faced Beatles which really showed off the depth of young talent here in Liverpool. Guests were also treated to a three course evening meal before the main ceremony began.
 
With twenty four different people and organisations nominated for awards the competition was extremely tough. Before reveling the winners we’d like to congratulate everyone who was nominated, you all do amazing work within the city. Anyway, without further ado the winners were:
 
Young Ambassadors of The Year – Children of The Aftermath – Jimmy Cauty’s ADP

Education and Training Award – Rotunda

Health and Wellbeing Award – Spider Project CIC

Making a Difference Through Music Award – Mellowtone

Liverpool Acts Award – Jennifer John

Community Event of The Year – Granby Four Streets Community Market – simply the best

Leadership Award – Liat Currie

Partnership Award – Harthill Youth Centre

Culture and Heritage Award – The Greenhouse Multi-Cultural Play and Arts Project

Arts and Music Hall of Fame Award – Philip Hayes
 
Before you check out our gallery from the event we’d like to thank a few people who helped make it happen!
 
Thanks to our wonderful sponsors ComMutual, EON Productions, Marks and Spencer as well as many other organisations that supported us including CDP Print Management, The Flanagan Group, Liverpool Sound City, & Liverpool John Moores University.
 
We’d also like to thank our host for the night Ricky Tomlinson and the superb young musicians who performed The Baby Faced Beatles & Remée.
 

Finally we’d like to thank all our amazing staff & volunteers who worked their sock off on the night. It’s wouldn’t have been possible without them!