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No Child Left Behind: Last finalists announced

The last three finalists have been announced in the No Child Left Behind awards, in association with Punchline-gloucester.com.

The awards celebrate the projects, activities, groups, services events and organisations that have supported children and families in Cheltenham over the past year.

The finalists in the Good Mental Health category, sponsored by Creed Foodservice, are:

  • Family Space
  • Play Gloucestershire
  • Cheltenham Borough Homes

The finalists in the Achieving Boys category, sponsored by Ops-Box Ltd, are:

  • Every Cloud
  • Cheltenham Town Community Trust
  • Cheltenham Festivals - FameLab

The finalists in the Eating Well category, sponsored by Forest Green Rovers Football Club, are:

  • The Cornerstone Centre
  • #FeedCheltenham
  • Cheltenham Borough Homes

The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony at Cheltenham Town Hall on January 13. The prestigious venue is generously provided by venue sponsor, The Cheltenham Trust, with activities and games on the night provided by sponsor, All About Fun. 

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