CECA Awards Dinner supports Tabor Living

CECA Midlands Region continued their support of Tabor Living in September at their Annual Awards dinner. The awards evening was held in the Horton Suite of the Burlington Hotel in central Birmingham. The venue looked stunning and CECA members were dressed to impress for the evening, patiently waiting to see who had won awards in each of the following categories:

  • Project of the Year up to £3 million
  • Project of the Year over £3 million
  • Environmental Excellence Award
  • Social Value of the Year Award
  • Most Promising Apprentice
  • Lifetime Achievement

Tabor Living’s project manager, Sharon Fear, and Head of Fundraising, Communications and Marketing for Father Hudson’s, Kevin Hateley were invited to speak at the event.

Sharon Fear, project manager of Tabor Living, and Caroline Gorman, Facilities and Community Co-ordinator before the Awards Dinner started.

The Horton Suite at the Burlington Hotel set up for the Awards Dinner

The fun continued with Toyah Willcox as the after dinner speaker. Kevin managed to get a selfie with her and enjoyed hearing her greatest hits, including ‘It’s a Mystery’.

Ron Pinfield, CECA Chair and Kevin Hateley

Generous CECA members donated £1932 before Gift Aid. We would like to thank CECA Midlands and their members for the wholehearted support they have shown. In a few months they have made a wonderful contribution to Tabor Living, by renovating the outside space and raising vital funds for Tabor Living. We cannot express how grateful we are for your support.

You can see more photos from the official photographer, Jermane Clark from i.One Photography on the link below 

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