Thu 1 Jan
The Liverpool City Region Community Arts & Music Awards recognise the achievements and best practice of third sector and not for profit organisations across the Liverpool City Region in recognition of arts and music delivered directly within our local communities and neighbourhoods.
The Awards are a great opportunity to share best practice, reward achievements, celebrate groups and organisations and recognise the importance and difference arts and music make to local communities.
Nominations closed on 28th February 2018 and it all culminates in a Grand Black Tie Gala Dinner held at the Florence Institute Trust on 20th April 2018, hosted by Liverpool’s very own Ricky Tomlinson with special guests.
Sponsored by Commutual, Anne Lundon, CEO of the Florrie said, “celebrating grassroots arts and music events that take place across the city region allows us to cut across things that very often divides us as communities and plays a key role in defining and sustaining our neighbourhoods, maintaining our cultural heritage and connecting generations and new audiences”.
Award Categories are:
Florrie Young Ambassador of the Year
Health and Wellbeing
Culture and Heritage
Making A Difference Through Music
Education and Training
Florrie Hall of Fame
For Stronger Communities
ComMutual is the charitable arm of Liverpool Mutual Homes and was formed to make a positive difference to communities and improve lives across Merseyside. Collaborating with key organisations, we can build partnerships and help strengthen communities. This aim is achievable through delivering meaningful services across four key impact areas – Go Digital, Health and Wellbeing, Money Matters and Employment.
Speaking about the Community Arts & Music Awards they said: “At ComMutual, we are committed to working alongside like-minded organisations like The Florrie, which strive to make a positive difference to our communities and we are proud to be the headline sponsor for their Liverpool City Region Community Arts and Music Awards 2018. Our key impact areas are only achievable through positive engagement and partnerships within the community; both with key organisations and the public. The Liverpool City Region Community Arts and Music Awards 2018 are a fantastic example of the engagement can unite communities and make a positive impact to their lives.”
EON Productions Limited is the UK based production company that has produced the James Bond films since 1962. Led by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, EON has produced some of the most successful Bond films ever including SPECTRE and SKYFALL. Wilson, Broccoli and EON have produced and executive produced independent film projects including, FILM STARS DON’T DIE IN LIVERPOOL, A SILENT STORM, RADIATOR and NANCY. They have also co-produced and co-financed successful theatrical productions that have played in London and on Broadway, including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, A Steady Rain, Chariots of Fire, Strangers on a Train, Othello, Once and The Kid Stays in the Picture.