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High 5 Awards

The High 5 Awards reward Swansea's most inspirational children and young people.

High 5 with Swansea 50 logo

Nominations for the 2019 High 5 awards have now closed. Judging will take place over the summer. 

Swans legend Leon Britton is again fronting the awards and this year he'll be joined by regular High 5 co-host Siany Martin as well as, for the first time, Ospreys and Wales international James King.

All three are urging everyone to consider nominating a youngster, group of youngsters, or school class who has overcome adversity or made their school or community proud.

High 5 Ambassador Siany Martin

Siany from Mumbles Pier said: "I'm soooo proud to be involved in these awards and have been since day one. Children and young people can sometimes get a bit of a bad press and I think that is absolutely rubbish because we all know children who are absolutely amazing. High 5 gives everyone a chance to nominate and recognise our amazing young people so what are you waiting for, get nominating!"

High 5 Ambassador James King

James, who recently celebrated playing his 200th match for the Ospreys, said: "The High 5 Awards is an amazing event and I'm proud to be joining Leon as an ambassador for it for the first time."

The High 5 Awards are organised by us and are made possible with help from our generous sponsors and supporters.

 

The High 5 awards are part of Swansea's 50th anniversary celebrationsOpens new window.

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