Love Britain + Ireland 2019 Awards

Check out the best moments from the Love Britain and Ireland Awards 2019 ceremony!

Organised by Premier, the awards highlight the work going on all over the country led by and carried out by Christians in their communities.

The two hosts, Nage (Premier radio presenter) and Tim Vine, entertained the evening. 

 

The Love Britain and Ireland Award for work with the Disadvantaged

The finalists:

Runner up : Rainbow of Hope

Winner: Good Soil Project

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for Inclusion

The finalists: 

Runner up : Hope Centre

Winner: tastelife

The Love Britain and Ireland Award for Social Justice

The finalists:

Runner up : C2C Social Action (Crime to Christ)

Winner: Safehaven Women

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for Work with Older People

The Finalists:

Runner up : Dementia Tech - The Encounter Project

Winner: Hope for Sutton Project

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for Youth and Children's Work

The Finalists

Runner up : Hafway

Winner: FenSong

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for Community Building

The finalists:

Runner up : African Community Centre Swansea, Wales

Winner: Life Builders Gym

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for Start up Projects

The Finalists: 

Runner up : The Well

Winner: Radiant Cleaners

The Love Britain + Ireland Award 

WINNER: Bethany Christian Trust

Find more highlights on Twitter by following @PremierRadio and #LBIA19.

Interviews: Ian Britton and winners

 

On 9th of October evening Premier’s Love Britain and Ireland Awards were  hosted by comedian and presenter Tim Vine.

The Awards recognised outstanding groups, projects and services that had put Christian faith and love into action and brought Christ to their communities.

Ian Britton interviewed the winners.

Part 1 

Part 2

Categories

The Love Britain + Ireland Award for...

  • Community Building
    Awarded to an outstanding project building relationships with people and communities of different faiths.
     
  • Work with the Disadvantaged
    Awarded to an outstanding project reaching and supporting people struggling in our communities.
     
  • Inclusion
    Awarded to an outstanding project supporting and serving people with additional needs.
     
  • Start up projects
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has been launched since 1st October 2016.  
     
  • Work with Older People
    Awarded to an outstanding project serving and supporting older people in the local community.
     
  • Social Justice
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has sought to bring about a real change in community life through a local campaign
     
  • Youth and Children's Work
    Awarded to an outstanding project that is transforming the lives of children and young people in a local community.