On Friday 13th September 2019 we held our fourth annual Candlelighters Awards!

It was a fantastic evening at New Dock Hall where we were able to recognise and thank all the wonderful people who support Candlelighters.  With approximately 350 guests, the room was filled with inspirational, heart-warming and emotional stories from families, corporate and community supporters.


Below is a list of all the 2019 winners!

Above and Beyond Effort of the Year – Stacy Proctor

Company of the Year – Piccadilly Motors

Company Contact of the Year – Chloe Cross

Event of the Year – Ella Fest

Idea of the Year – Gateley’s Treasure Hunt

Team Effort of the Year – Team Bramhope

Volunteer of the Year – Carl Brook

Young Fundraiser of the Year – Elliot Gunn  

Fundraiser of the Year – Kathy Boothman

Lifetime Achievement Award – Elaine Townes


A massive THANK YOU to all of our winners, our nominees and every single person that has supported Candlelighters!

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