Postponed youth awards ceremony to take place next week

Taryn Everdeen is up for the Arts Award. Taryn runs a photography website and series of social media

Taryn Everdeen is up for the Arts Award. Taryn runs a photography website and series of social media accounts and features in many of the Norfolk Youth Music Theatre performances. PICTURE: OPEN. - Credit: Archant

An award ceremony for inspiring young people in Norfolk postponed by The Beast From The East is back on track for next week.

Open Youth Trust Centre at Bank Plain, Norwich. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY.

Open Youth Trust Centre at Bank Plain, Norwich. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY. - Credit: © ARCHANT NORFOLK PHOTOGRAPHIC

Youth Awards: Celebrating Achievement in Norfolk, run by OPEN Norwich, is designed to highlight young people's achievements and to give

them the recognition and encouragement they deserve.

The event was meant to take place in February but was cancelled due to snow.

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Breakfast show will host the awards night which will be held at OPEN on Wednesday, April 25.

Nominations (now closed) are open to all young people in Norfolk aged between 11-19

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(or up to the age of 25 for those with additional needs) and an independent panel of judges will decide the winners.

The categories for the awards will be:

Community, Sport (Individual), Sport (Team), Arts, Charity, Entrepreneur, Perseverance. Volunteer,

and Education.

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