On April 20th 2018, we see the return of Inner Flame’s Young Champions!

We’d like to invite you to once again join us for an evening of entertainment and celebration, recognising the amazing young people in our community. With a three course meal, special guests and live acts, we’re banding together for another year to show just how much support our young people have, and to do a great job in raising money for charity.

Throughout the evening, 6 young people that have participated in Inner Flame courses and achieved great things will once again receive awards to recognise their success.

Alongside the awards, you will enjoy:

– VIP Guest Speaker Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards!
– Guest Presenter Alastair Greener
– Live Music
– Three Course Meal
– Charity Auction and Raffle

We hope that you can join us!

Bronze: £500 per table
– Three course meal for 10 people

Silver: £600 per table
– Three course meal for 10 people
– 4 bottles of wine

Gold: £700 per table
– Three course meal for 10 people
– 8 bottles of wine
– 10 raffle strips

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Lydiard Fields
Great Western Way

Welcome Drinks from 6:30PM.
April 20th, 2018.

We are delighted to announce that our special guest for Young Champions 2018 will be Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards! Born Michael Edwards, the plasterer and self-taught ski jumper catapulted into fame as the underdog of the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.

The world watched as he placed last – by a wide margin – at the 70-metre and 90-metre events. Eddie the Eagle’s whole life embodies the Olympic ideal that it’s not the triumph but the struggle that counts.

Eddie will be giving a guest speech during the night, and will be awarding our Young Champion winners for 2018.

Joining Eddie in awarding the Young Champions will be British Paralympic Swimmer, Stephanie Millward, MBE.

Having broken the British record for the 100-metre backstroke at the age of 15, Millward was close to a place in the British international able-bodied team and hoped to qualify for the 2000 Summer Olympics, before she was diagnosed with MS.

Defying her illness, Stephanie pushed forward and has since won 9 Paralympic medals, two of which were gold at the 2016 Games in Rio. Alongside this, she has claimed 4 World Championship golds, and 10 European Championship golds since 2009.