The National Diversity Awards

Each year a different city across the UK will be chosen to host the annual event. The awards thrived in Manchester for its launch, where diversity is amongst the cities greatest assets. The 2013 ceremony was held in Leeds, representing the brilliant mix of communities in the heart of West Yorkshire and in 2014 the National Diversity Awards were held at the prestigious Hurlingham Club in London.

After the glittering success of the 2015 ceremony, which was held at the Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, the National Diversity Awards are sure to go from strength to strength in 2016.

These awards are for people who inspire other individuals through their work, through their commitment to helping others, through their infectious personalities and through adversity.

The UK has taken such an event to their hearts, with thousands of nominations being received each year, all of which focus on the unsung diversity heroes of our nation.

The National Diversity Awards is a significant occasion; it has opened up opportunities and gave people a platform to spread a positive message. This year’s awards will continue to recognise those from deprived areas and promote the phenomenal work that they do during 2016.

Annie Wallace has been nominated in the category “Celebrity of the Year”. You can vote for, and support Annie by following THIS LINK.