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London Youth Awards

15 October 2019

We’re excited to announce our nominees for the London Youth Awards 2019.

This year saw a record number of nominations from our members across the capital. Every single nomination highlighted the vital role that youth work plays in strengthening our communities and giving young people the opportunity to become the best they can be.

Winners for our eight award categories will be announced at the London Youth Awards 2019 on the evening of 14th November 2019.

Congratulations to this year’s nominees! We’ll be releasing more information about each of nominees in the run up to the ceremony. Join the conversation on social media via #LYAwards.

The nominees

Arts and Culture Award

Mytime Active

Big Creative Education

Immediate Theatre

Employability Award

Snow Camp

New Horizon Youth Centre

Action West London

Outdoor Education Award

Green Corridor

Ebony Horse Club

Free to be Kids

Sports Development Award

Goals 4 Girls

Pro Touch SA

Metro Judo Club

 

 

Youth Social Action Award

Croydon Drop-in

Adfam & Forest Gate Youth Zone

Reach Children’s Hub

Volunteer of the Year

Katherine Sharp, Haringey Shed

Stephen Tomkins, Royal Society for Blind Children

Franck Batimba, Positive Role Models

Youth Professional of the Year

Jo Hrabi, Cambridge House

Nahim Ahmed, Spotlight

Chas Mollet, Wac Arts

Young Leader of the Year

Tommy Shadbolt, Streatham Youth Community Trust

Jordan Isaacs, Hackney Quest

Kymani Noble, Leap Confronting Conflict