Welcome to the Child of Britain Awards
Recognising the efforts and achievements of courageous children, their families and the charities that support them.
About the awards
The inaugural Child of Britain Awards took place on Friday 24th June at the prestigious JW Marriott Grosvenor House. It was a star studded night of celebration, honouring the incredible achievements of the children and young people of our nation. Hosted by Eamonn Holmes OBE, and with entertainment from The Child of Britain Choir and Calum Scott, it was a memorable occasion for all involved.
The awards raised in excess of £61,000 for Cash for Kids, a UK charity dedicated to helping children and young people. In total, we have raised more than £117,000 for children’s charities through the Child of Britain and Child of Wales Awards.
The latest news and eventsRead the latest news about the Child of Britain Awards
Red Carpet Interviews
Our ambassadors, Tilly Lockey & Isabella Signs, were on the red carpet speaking to celebrities, winners and guest about the awards and the importance of shining a light the achievements of children.
The Child of Britain Awards are the jewel in the crown of a series of memorable events organised by National Children’s Awards Ltd, including the Child of Wales Awards and the Child of Scotland Awards that are launching soon.
If you would like to partner with us on any, or all, of these events, please visit our sponsorship page to read about the opportunities we have.
Alternatively, go to our contact page and contact us today.
Our Official Broadcast Partner
Greatest Hits Radio
We’ve partnered with Greatest Hits Radio to deliver an exciting radio campaign reaching 2.7million listeners.
Greatest Hits Radio will help us to celebrate the incredible achievements of children across Britain by shining a light on some of our nominees, as well as helping to get more children recognised.
Further to this, Cash for Kids has been announced as our official charity. Cash for Kids connects with those most in need, having supported close to 400,000 children in 2020 alone, and they will benefit hugely from all proceeds raised on the night.