Cambridgeshire '17

Young People of the Year

Revealing, Recognising and Rewarding Positive Role Models

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Lucy and Charlie are big YOPEY winners

Teenagers Lucy Stafford and Charlie Calvert were the big winners at a glittering awards evening held to recognise the amazing achievements of young people in Cambridgeshire.

But they were just two of the five fantastic finalists from the county to be honoured at the Lifeplus Young People of the Year awards ceremony or ‘the YOPEYs’ – Oscars for young people who give to others.

Held in the awe-inspiring surroundings of the Old Divinity School, in Cambridge, and hosted by young people from the city’s Long Road

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Senior YOPEY winner Lucy Stafford, 17

Wins £500 including £400 for 'Love Bundles'

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(This report is from the script read out on the night. For atmosphere we leave in the stage directions)

PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER FOR LUCY STAFFORD!

A Cambridge teenager, who has major health challenges, is helping other young people cope with long stays in hospital.

Lucy Stafford particularly wants to

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Junior YOPEY winner Charlie Calvert, 15

Wins £300 including £200 for Wisbech (not March) Police Cadets

To buy location photographs in See More left see bold paragraph below. For photos from the awards ceremony see Gallery pages

(This report is from the script read out on the night. For atmosphere we leave in the stage directions)

LET’S HAVE A LOUD ROAR FOR POLICE CADET, CHARLIE CALVERT

Cambridgeshire Volunteer Police Cadets have to be aged 13 to 18 and Charlie Calvert was the youngest member of the Wisbech unit of police

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