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Our Carol Ann wins top award at glittering hotel ceremony

Wow – what a fantastic night it was at the Tenfold Leeds Learning Disability Awards 2015!

The Queens Hotel Ballroom was packed and glowing in pink light with tables set for dinner as over 300 people attended this fabulous occasion.

And Carol-Ann Reed, from The Bridge, scooped one of the top prizes with the employee of the year award!

Dinner was served and the wine flowed as the room filled with anticipation and excitement for the awards presentation.

Awards host Ian Donaghy (Big Ian) did an amazing job, getting the energy and excitement levels to go through the roof.

The winners’ trophies were handed out on the night by Tenfold; the Awards sponsors, Morrish Solicitors, Morrison’s, White Rose Shopping Centre and Trinity Leeds; as well as Olympic hopeful Tom Bosworth; the Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson; Hilary Benn MP; Partnership Board Co-Chair, Susan Hanley and stars from Emmerdale.

A Lasting Legacy Award was presented in memory of Julia Piggott, founder of  Pyramid of Arts, and a Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Frances Jones, who established SLATE and has recently retired.


Tenfold supports voluntary sector organisations who work with and for people with learning disabilities in Leeds.


It works together with members to bring about positive change.

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