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Honouring inspirational unsung heroes

On the 18th January Yarrington once again produced the Great Big Thank You Awards at the WV1 Bar in Wolverhampton for the Express & Star.

It was a night to celebrate those unsung heroes who work tirelessly to make our communities better, go that extra mile to help others or have succeeded against all odds.

Over 150 people attended the glittering awards ceremony to congratulate the finalists, including famous faces such as Slade’s Noddy Holder, Wolves legend Steve Bull and Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson – fresh from meeting Emmanuel Macron, the French President, earlier in the day.

The finalists and their friends and family were congratulated on their nominations by Wolverhampton Grand’s Jack and the Beanstalk panto stars Lisa Riley and Gareth Gates who had recorded a special video in their honour.

Compère for the night was Express & Star editor Keith Harrison who announced the winners and welcomed them onto the stage to accept their well-deserved trophies.

“These are people whose compassion, kind hearts and all round ‘bostin-ness’ means they help others and make the world a better place,” he said.

Honouring inspirational unsung heroes – On the 18th January Yarrington once again produced the Great Big Thank You Awards at the WV1 Bar in Wolverhampton for the Express & Star.

It was a night to celebrate those unsung heroes who work tirelessly to make our communities better, go that extra mile to help others or have succeeded against all odds.

Over 150 people attended the glittering awards ceremony to congratulate the finalists, including famous faces such as Slade’s Noddy Holder, Wolves legend Steve Bull and Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson – fresh from meeting Emmanuel Macron, the French President, earlier in the day.

The finalists and their friends and family were congratulated on their nominations by Wolverhampton Grand’s Jack and the Beanstalk panto stars Lisa Riley and Gareth Gates who had recorded a special video in their honour.

Compère for the night was Express & Star editor Keith Harrison who announced the winners and welcomed them onto the stage to accept their well-deserved trophies.

“These are people whose compassion, kind hearts and all round ‘bostin-ness’ means they help others and make the world a better place,” he said.