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Assay Office helps to honour NSPCC celebrity supporters

16 Jun 2009

Sheffield Assay Office was proud to sponsor the annual NSPCC Hall of Fame awards at an event held at the House of Commons on June 10th.
The Hall of Fame reception is an opportunity for the NSPCC to publicly recognise the outstanding contribution celebrities have made to end cruelty to children and Sheffield Assay Office has sponsored the event since its inception in 2004.
It is also an opportunity to engage with key parliamentarians, celebrities and their agents with the aim of keeping the work of the NSPCC to the fore.

Celebrities beingĀ  inducted into the Hall of Fame this year included theatre legend Andrew Lloyd Webber, TV presenter Fiona Bruce, Wales rugby captain Ryan Jones,TV stars Beth Cordingly and Graham Cole of 'The Bill' and Vicky Alcock of 'Bad Girls' fame.

As members of the Hall of Fame, the celebrities receive a solid sterling silver award designed exclusively for the charity by the Sheffield Assay Office and bearing a unique NSPCC hallmark - again created by the Sheffield Assay Office, a charity 'first'.

Ashley Carson Assay Master commented "This event is a grateful acknowledgment of how busy people give their time and use their influence for the good. Sheffield Assay Office is proud to be able to play a small part in supporting the work of the NSPCC".

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