Friday, July 16, 2010
The winners of the National Recycling Awards 2010 have been announced at a glittering ceremony at the Hilton on Park Lane, London. Star of Outnumbered and Mock the Week, Hugh Dennis, hosted the awards which brought together just under 600 people from a multitude of industries, proving that so many organisations across the board are now demonstrating outstanding innovation and commitment to waste management and recycling.
MRW (event sponsor) editor Paul Sanderson said: “The National Recycling Awards 2010 was a fabulous evening hosted by a top presenter, and are a recognition of all of the fabulous work going on around the UK to improve recycling and waste management.”
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National Recycling Awards
The stars of retail Jewellery were recognised with a coveted UK Jewellery Award at this year's gala dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane in London on 15 July, 2010.
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Friday, July 9, 2010
A bus driver was crowned the bravest man in Britain yesterday after tackling a gunman in an armed robbery. Derek Armiger received the highest civilian award the police can bestow, the Jill Dando Award, at the Police Federation Bravery Awards in association with The Sun newspaper, held in London last night.
Before the prestigious ceremony Derek attended a glitzy reception at 10 Downing Street, where he met Prime Minister David Cameron along with 58 police officers also being awarded honours.
Mr Armiger said: "This award is a huge honour and I feel very privileged to have been named Britain's bravest person. It is also poignant as I was a huge fan of Jill Dando and to be given an award in her name is special to me."
Among the celebrity guests were the BBC's Gabby Logan and former EastEnder Brooke Kinsella. Chat show host Jeremy Kyle presented an award with Corrie's Sue Cleaver.
Full story at thesun.co.uk
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Muse were awarded the prestigious O2 Silver Clef Award at the Nordoff Robbins charity event held on Friday. The award was presented to Muse by Roger Taylor and Brian May of the band Queen. Hosted by Sharon Osbourne, this was music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins’ 35th annual awards ceremony. Other winners on the night included JLS, Dizzee Rascal, Scouting For Girls, Kelis, Slash, Dame Vera Lynn, Tony Bennett and Russell Watson.
The event raised more than £400,000 for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.