N had come to the awards with me for moral support and when it was his turn he introduced himself as ‘Laura’s part time hand model’ since I’m always getting him to hold things for me whilst I take a picture! That boy..
He explained that once a year they also plan to film a charity video for someone deserving. Think of a terminally ill patient being able to pass on their life story told through their own words to their children and grandchildren. What an amazing idea.
|Photo credit Niki Jones Photography | The rosy cheeks and stunned expression say it all.|
On the way out I managed to grab a word with one of the sponsors of the awards, Noelle Godfrey from Connecting Cambridgeshire. N and I were already well acquainted with their work because they just brought Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband to our little village in the sticks…the village that is usually last to get everything! Gone are the days enduring the dreaded ‘buffering’ for a 20 second video of a panda sneezing, now I can watch all the Youtube Vlogs I want and don’t mind admitting that I’ve already binge watched 3 seasons of Suits.
So thanks Connecting Cambridgeshire for sponsoring the awards… but even more so for allowing me to watch the delicious Harvey Specter kick legal ass every evening whilst cooking my dinner!
Well done to all of the amazing shorlisted companies and a big thanks to Iain Johnson and the rest of the team at Premio64 who brought the awards to Cambridgeshire and allowed me to be a part of it!
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