Broseley Festival up for award

The Broseley Festival Team are finalists at the Midlands Business Community and Charity Awards for Volunteer of the Year. Thirteen members of the Broseley Festival team, along with their family and friends, will attend an awards night on Saturday 16 November at Aston Villa Football Stadium, to find out if they have won the award.

The team would like to thank everyone who voted for them when they were nominated earlier in the year. The Midlands Business, Community and Charity Awards was set up in 2016 as a non-profit organisation with the sole purpose of recognising people in the midlands area. The mission was to focus on the people that make a difference in both the business and general community.

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