This summer, Together Trust were proud to celebrate the accomplishments of 200 young people and adults from across its services.
The special event, held at Stockport County football club, celebrated the exceptional achievements of the individuals from across our care, community and special education services.
Over 300 guests attended the awards ceremony to champion our young people and adults, including family and friends, Together Trust staff and trustees and special guests the Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport, the Mayor of Salford, and members of Hazel Grove Rotary Club.
Opening the ceremony, Mark Lee, Chief Executive of Together Trust said:
“Tonight we celebrate the fantastic achievements our young people have made over the past 12 months.
"We have been truly inspired by what they have done, the challenges they have overcome and the successes they have achieved.”
Each individual was awarded with a certificate of their achievements, a medal and gift vouchers. After the award presentations, guests were treated to a special musical performance by students from Ashcroft School who composed and sang their own songs.
The award ceremony was sponsored by our corporate partners, Insight, who presented their own special prize, the Insight Award for excellence in communication. During the event, members of Hazel Grove Rotary Club also presented Together Trust with an incredibly generous cheque for £1,000 from their recent fundraising activities.
Closing the ceremony, Together Trust Chairman of Trustees, Wendy Coomer said: “It is such a great joy to host this event.
"It’s a really happy occasion, celebrating the successes of the young people and adults from across Together Trust. Congratulations to you all.”
After the award presentations young people, parents and colleagues hit the dance floor, giving everyone the chance to join the celebrations.
Huge congratulations to all the young people and adults who attended this year’s achievement awards and for your successes throughout the year!
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