The Yorkshire Choice Awards nominations for 2022 have now closed...
That's it, the nomination process is now closed for our 2022 Awards, but what happens next?
Everyone who was nominated will now go through our verification checks, which involve our independent adjudicators ensuring that all criteria were met at the time of submission. Unfortunately, any nominations with missing or incomplete information will be disqualified from our public vote.
If you have been successful in our public vote, you will be notified via email and announcements will be made via our social media channels and website.
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It's a double celebration too, not only will we announce our 2022 winners but our 2020 winners finally take to the stage too!
This means that tickets are selling FAST and we only have limited space available! Our glitzy Award Gala Dinner is the ultimate celebration of achievement in Yorkshire.
Our Black Tie event takes place at The Centenary Pavilions at Leeds United on Saturday 7th May 2022 and the evening is set to be one to remember with the array of inspirational and selfless nominations received.
Tickets include a 3-course meal, Award Ceremony and dancing till the early hours.
Drinks Reception: 6:30pm
Dinner Gala, Awards Ceremony: 7pm
Live Music & Entertainment throughout the night.
PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, tickets cannot be reserved, and will not be secured without full payment.
Which charity will we be supporting in 2022?
Our charity partner in 2022 will be MND Association inspired by Rob Burrow. Rob is one of an estimated 5,000 adults in the UK currently living with motor neurone disease. Every day, an average of six people are diagnosed with MND. The MND Association focuses on improving access to care, funding research, and campaigning for those people living with, or affected by, MND.
Co-Founders of The Yorkshire Choice Awards, Jo Maltby and Melanie Malcolm said: “The Yorkshire Choice Awards highlights that through adversity and courage, light can shine through in so many different ways. With this in mind, we have been drawn to supporting the MND Association following the outpouring of inspiration and heroism around Rob Burrow's battle with motor neurone disease (MND) and the incredible courage he has shown not only to the diagnosis himself but to others affected too, as well as the heartache experienced by their families”.