WACCL Children of Achievement 2018 - 23rd June 2018

Following the success of the inaugural Children of Achievement Awards in 2017, we are very pleased to announce the return of the event, which is the only ceremony in the annual business calendar that exclusively celebrates the talents and bravery of young people from across the Wakefield District.

Generously sponsored by Cedar Court Hotels Yorkshire, the awards will take place on Saturday 23 June at Cedar Court Hotel in Wakefield from 6pm to late.

Once again, we are calling upon support from the business community, asking that you join us for an evening of glitz, glamour, fun and entertainment, all for just £50 per head or £500 per table.

Not only will you receive a champagne reception, three-course meal and the opportunity to take part in games and a ‘every ticket wins’ raffle - before finishing the night on the dancefloor, you will also join us as we hear more from SEVEN children that will take to the stage to share their inspiring stories.

As if that wasn’t enough, YES THERE’S MORE, we will also welcome extra special guests Skinny Living, the four-piece band from Wakefield that are signed to RCA/Sony, who will help us to dance the night away as they perform tracks from their sell out shows. Autograph books and selfie sticks at the ready!

Tickets, tables and sponsorship packages are all available by simply emailing, ian@mediadisplays.tv.

Furthermore, if you know of a young person that would make a worthy award winner, then please pass on their details by completing this simple nomination form Nomination Form 2018

Thanks to your contributions, any monies raised will be used to support three fantastic local charities; the Theatre Royal Wakefield, My Burns Club and Laila Milly Foundation.

We hope to make this the biggest and best awards celebration it can be and very much look forward to you joining us as we all sit back, relax and enjoy a fantastic and fun-filled evening that focuses on giving the young people from across the district the recognition they deserve.