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Winners of Bristol Diversity Awards 2019 announced

By bristol247, Monday May 20, 2019

Bristol24/7 was among the winners at the third annual Bristol Diversity Awards, which celebrated positive role models, organisations and businesses across the city.

At a glittering ceremony at the Mercure Holland House Hotel & Spa in Redcliffe, sponsored by UWE Bristol, Bristol24/7 was thrilled to receive the Diverse Publication Award.

Bristol24/7 Editor Martin Booth said: “This is a tremendous accolade for all of our small team’s very hard work.

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“Thank you to all of the judges for recognising something that we don’t like to shout about but is such an important part of what we do.

“At Bristol24/7, we ensure that stories we publish delve into all of Bristol’s communities; the people we interview are reflective of our city; and the people who write our opinion pieces are not just the usual suspects.

“Through our Better Bristol initiative, we collaborate with individuals, businesses and communities to create opportunities that have a positive impact for the people of Bristol.”

Bristol24/7 LGBTQ+ Editor Lowie Trevena collects Bristol24/7’s award from Dr Zainab Khan – photo by Jon Craig

Here is the full list of winners at the Bristol Diversity Awards 2019:

Positive Role Model Award for Age: Derek Scale

Positive Role Model Award for Disability: Briony May Williams

Positive Role Model Award for Gender: Shiren Goush

Positive Role Model Award for LGBT+ : Stephen Jenkins

Positive Role Model Award for Race/Ethnicity: Yassin Mohamud

Positive Role Model Award for Faith/Religion: Sally Patterson

Organisation Award for Age: Off The Record

Organisation Award for Disability: WECIL

Organisation Award for Gender: Hargreaves Lansdown

Organisation Award for LGBT+: Kiki

Organisation Award for Race/Ethnicity: Bristol City Council Stepping Up Diversity Leadership Experience

Bristol Central Youth FC picked up the Sporting Diversity Award for Race/Ethnicity – photo by Jon Craig

Business Award for Age: Rayan Wilson

Business Award for LGBT+: University of Bristol LGBT+ Staff Network

Business Award for Race/Ethnicity: NiteVision

Business Award for Disability: Adaptive Martial Arts

Business Award for Gender: Barcan + Kirby

Diverse TV Broadcaster Award (sponsored by St Peters Hospice): Alex Beresford

Diverse Radio Broadcaster Award: Steffi Barnett

Diverse Podcast/Online Broadcaster Award: Dadcast with the Mandem

Diverse Production Award: PatchWork Productions

Diverse Publication Award: Bristol24/7

Young Peoples Inspiration Award (sponsored By Creative Youth Network): Suliman Aqueel

Diversity in Education Award: Equity Bristol (UWE)

The Sporting Diversity Award for Age, Disability & Gender: Alex Rotas

The Sporting Diversity Award for LGBT+: Bristol Panthers FC

The Sporting Diversity Award for Race/Ethnicity: Bristol Central Youth FC

Volunteer Award (sponsored by Hargreaves Lansdown): Hayley Jennings

Diverse Politician: Asher Craig

The following special recognition awards were also given:

E-Com Media  – Broadcast Inspiration Award: The Ross Barnett Show
E-Com Media  –  Outstanding Contribution Award: Jasper Thompson
E-Com Media –  Outstanding services to the Community: Lloyd Russell
Paul Stephenson –  Special Recognition Award: Cleo Lake

Lord mayor Cleo Lake won the Special Recognition Award – photo by Jon Craig

Read more: Winners of Bristol Diversity Awards 2018

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