LITTLE VOICES: Angela Williams and Margaret Wass at the launch of Let Their Voices be Heard and for the Bundaberg Family and Baby Network FABulous Community Achievement Awards 2014 held at Impact. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
LITTLE VOICES: Angela Williams and Margaret Wass at the launch of Let Their Voices be Heard and for the Bundaberg Family and Baby Network FABulous Community Achievement Awards 2014 held at Impact. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

Absolutely Fabulous Awards to be held next week

BUNDABERG'S Fabulous Awards are on again next week to highlight local services, organisations and businesses who support, help and work with children and families.

The Family and Baby Network Fabulous Community Achievement Awards acknowledge the significant contributions made by people, groups, organisations or services who work in the child and family sector in the Bundaberg Community.

More than 30 nominations have been received ranging from the HIPPY program assisting vulnerable children with literacy and learning in the crucial two years before school through to Oodies Cafe who have created child-friendly spaces and openly welcome families to connect.

The Awards recognize the efforts and dedication of the nominees to build and strengthen relationships within the child and family sector and enhance the lives of children and families in our community.

Winners will be announced at the celebration morning tea on Wednesday, October 28 (10 - 11am) at the UQ Rural Clinical School - Health Sciences building (behind the Bundaberg Hospital).

The Joanna Lumley Perpetual Trophy will be one award presented to the winner of the Fabulous Spirit Award. 

Joanna Lumley is an English actress who starred in the British television series Absolutely Fabulous and has personally endorsed this Award.



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