Hertfordshire '15

Young People of the Year

Revealing, Recognising and Rewarding Positive Role Models

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'Evening inspired me to give more to my community'

By Hannah Morriss, one of the Samuel Ryder sixth-formers who put on the awards ceremony

On Tuesday 10th November 2015, I was privileged to be a small part of the YOPEY awards. Meeting all these inspirational people really moved me and has encouraged me to use the time that I have to do more to help others around me. The whole evening was absolutely spectacular and I was able meet so many new people as well as the finalist. When speaking to the YOPEY finalists before the ceremony all of them said how they

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Young leaders from Welwyn Garden City

Katy Panter and Zara Hoy each win £100

Welwyn Garden City teenagers Katy Panter and Zara Hoy were runners-up in the Mitsubishi Electric Young People of the Year.

At the annual ‘YOPEYs – Oscars for young people who give to others’ – held at the 17th century Moor Park Mansion in Rickmansworth – the two teenagers each won £100 for themselves and their good causes.

A distinguished audience, which included the Queen’s representatives in Hertfordshire and mayors and council chairmen from across

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Serial volunteers from St Albans area

Katharine Thomas and Emma Tammaro each win £100

Two St Albans area teenagers, who volunteer extensively despite having serious medical conditions, were runners-up in the Smith-Milne Young People of the Year.

At the annual ‘YOPEYs – Oscars for young people who give to others’ – held at the 17th century Moor Park Mansion in Rickmansworth – Emma Tammaro   and Katharine Thomas each won £100 for themselves and their good causes.

A distinguished audience, which included the Queen’s

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North Herts mentors, fundraiser and cadet

Knights Templar mentors, swimmer Abby and sergeant Ellwood each win £100

North Herts teenagers Lucy Merrell, Meghan Porter, Lauren Marshall, Abby Gee and Thomas Ellwood were runners-up in the Mitsubishi Electric Young People of the Year.

At the annual ‘YOPEYs – Oscars for young people who give to others’ – held at the 17th century Moor Park Mansion in Rickmansworth – Lucy, Meghan and Lauren, all mentors at Knights Templar School, fundraising swimmer Abby, and army cadet Tom won £300 for themselves and

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