Executive Director and Founder Tessa Armstrong attended the Bath Life Awards dinner on Thursday last week along with Projects and Events Coordinator and Choir Leader Kirsten Mulcahy.
A few months ago, Voices for Life were excitingly shortlisted in the Education category for the Bath Life Awards with some wonderful organisations including The Beaufort Bookshop, Brighter Futures by Three Ways School and Curtain Up Theatre School. Share and Repair, also in the Education category, received a Highly Commended recognition. We were invited to attend the Bath Life Awards dinner alongside 500 other guests from local businesses, charities and organisations.
The judges fed back that Voices for Life “Provided confidence to over a thousand children from deprived areas, earning sell-out audiences at Bath Abbey. Clear vision and growth with highly accessible workshops.”
We are so proud that the work VFL do in the local school communities has been recognised in such a prestigious way and we are grateful for the support of Bath Life in our continued activity.
Tessa says “I am so proud of the Voices for Life team. We have come so far in such a short period of time and are really grateful for all the support we receive. I hope we can reach many more children in the coming years.”
The Education category was sponsored by Bath Rugby and the award was presented by Partnerships Manager James Wiltshire (pictured above).