Where unfound stars can shine!
The achievements of 39 very special young people were celebrated at an awards ceremony at Shepperton Film Studios on Tuesday 14 May.
Organised by Spelthorne Borough Council, the Spelthorne Youth Awards recognise the outstanding talents and achievements of local young people and the contributions they make to their communities.
Each nominee was presented with a certificate of achievement by the Mayor, Mrs Jean Pinkerton OBE, and eight young people received star awards - a glass trophy and £50 in cash:-
|Aaron Evans, age 15||Sports achievement|
|Erin Shury and Lillie-Mai Dempster, age 10 and 9||Arts achievement|
|Milena Nurek-Stacey, age 11||Academic achievement|
|Sienna Loren Davies, age 10||Personal achievement|
|Callum Stewart, age 13||Community spirit|
|Sian Donlevy, age 17||Unselfishness, kindness and bravery|
|Tegan Booth, age 10||Triumph over adversity|
Guests on the night were treated to two fantastic performances by Spelthorne's Got Talent finalists, the Dancing Dolls, and Param Patel who played the Tabla, an Indian percussion instrument.
The Mayor of Spelthorne said: "It has been inspiring to listen to the stories of these young people and I have been incredibly moved by them all. With young people like this our future and community is in very safe hands. Thank you to Shepperton Film Studios for continuing to support this event."