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Source : Age Cymru
Published on 21 January 2015 11:30 AM
Congratulations to everyone who has been shortlisted for one of our Age Cymru awards.
Sian James, Eluned Morris, Lesley Inston and Valmai Fox are in the running for the Age Cymru Active Ageing and Age Cymru Campaigner awards.
Rubicon Dance, Arts in Health and Sax for Fun are shortlisted for the Age Cymru Gwanwyn award.
West Wales Befriending, Carers Support Service, Cadwyn Môn Befriending and Cynthia Argent have been nominated for the Age Cymru Local Delivery award.
Pencoed Care Home, College Fields Nursing Home and Foxtroy House are up for the Age Cymru My Home Life Cymru award.
Finally, Alan Buckfield, Paul Pearce and Eileen Torkington are our nominees for the Age Cymru Volunteer award.
We give Age Cymru awards each year to groups or people who have a made an outstanding contribution to older people’s lives.
Age Cymru's Chief Executive Ian Thomas explains:
“The Age Cymru awards celebrate and recognise the outstanding contributions that groups and individuals make towards improving the lives of older people across Wales.
“We’ve had nominations from around the country for this year’s awards and the standard has been very high.
“I’d like to congratulate all our shortlisted nominees and I wish them the best of luck.”
Age Cymru will be announcing the winners of the Age Cymru Awards our Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony at the Cardiff Hilton on Friday 27 February, hosted by comedian and broadcaster Chris ‘Korkey’ Corcoran.
For tickets to this event please contact the Age Cymru Fundraising Team on 029 2043 1555.
If you are a journalist and would like to speak to our External Relations team, please call on 029 2043 1562, 07739 894 923.
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