The Bristol Young Heroes Awards is an exciting initiative with the third awards ceremony to take place on Friday 1 April 2016 at The Bristol University, Wills Memorial Building on Queens Road. The awards recognise the valuable contribution that Bristol’s young people (aged 11-19) make to the city - particularly those who have overcome difficult circumstances, made a difference in the lives of others or achieved great things.
Three nominees from each of the 7 categories (below) will attend the event as guests of honour with the winning young heroes announced on the night. There will also be an 8th Award for 'Overall Young Hero', chosen from all of the nominees on the night.
If you know a Young Hero and would like to nominate them please visit: www.bristolyoungheroesawards.co.uk and fill in the short form. The more information you can give about the nominee the better, as this helps the judges.
Categories for 2016 are as follows:
- Action Hero - a young person who has made a contribution to the community by volunteering.
- Arts and Culture Hero - a young person who has exceeded expectations and accomplished something great in one of the arts.
- Caring Hero - a young person who is looking after family/a relative and has sacrificed a lot by putting someone else’s needs above their own.
- Education Hero - a young person who has exceeded expectations and achieved success in education, especially by overcoming adversity or challenging circumstances.
- Enterprise Hero - a young person who has identified a need and found an enterprising approach to fill it.
- Sporting Hero - a young person who has exceeded expectations and triumphed in sport, especially by overcoming adversity or challenging circumstances.
- Super Hero - a young person who has has gone above and beyond the call of duty to display an act of courage and bravery or someone who has overcome adversity through illness or disability.
If you have any questions or need any help, you can contact Holly at: email@example.com, 07813 828988