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Bramhall’s Got Talent 2015

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10th October 2015 | Written by ILB | Categories : reviews

Kimmy’s Got Talent! Bramhall Girl Impressed Crowds with her Beat Boxing.

Last Saturday (3 Oct) Bramhall’s friendly Village Square was transformed into the perfect backdrop for Bramhall’s Got Talent 2015

Once again, The Bramhall Together Trust delivered a fantastic event, bringing talent and entertainment for the whole family.

The day-long event was packed with diverse act. Ranging from street dancers to singer song writers from magicians to Irish dancers. The quality of talent was prenominal and every act was unique in their own way, making the judges decisions very difficult.

However there was an act that really impressed both the audience and judges alike. Kimmy Lawrence (KimmyBeatbox) aged 22, from Bramhall, surprised everyone with her fantastic beat boxing. It was just incredibly original and she looked like she was having so much fun. A very well deserved 1st place! She won £500, courtesy by Mosley Jarman and also two hour recording session at The Mill.

KimmyLawrence-fromBramhall-Winner1stPrize2nd place, sponsored by Prydderch Financial Planning was singer-song writer Luis Sullivan 15 from Disley. 3rd Place sponsored by Triple Three Solutions was singer Freya Kelly, 12 from Worsley and the Special recognition award went to Moss Hey School. The winners also walked away with bouquets thanks to Bramhall Flowers

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In addition to all the acts, The Bramhall Together Trust ran they newly built bar thanks to Innova Designs and Andy Frost, with all profits going towards running these events. There was lovely hot food from Rainbow 88, The Cheeky Swine Hog Roast Company and Country Fayre.

Live music from 2014 winner Alex Lees and local band ‘Contact Band’ was on offer whilst waiting for the winners to be announced.

Thanks to St Ann’s Hospice, St Michael’s Church, Friends of Lumb Lane, The Mill and Beacon Counseling, Crookilley Crafts and Ryan Jake for making there was plenty of activities for the kids. Amaranth, Modiste and Greetings ran special offers and 1st Bramhall Scouts were down there training people how to use defibrillators that have recently been installed in 2 locations in Bramhall

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Roger Prydderch, Chair of the Bramhall’s Together Trust said:

“It was incredible to see so many brilliant people on stage, the level of talent this year has certainly raised the bar, the winner, Kimmy left us all gob smacked and we are so impressed with her and all other contestants, it was truly an amazing day, we wish to thank the main sponsor Mosley Jarman, the businesses that donated prizes, the photographers that gave their time for free, the judges which included MP Mary Robinson and a special thank you to Modern Nails for raising over £750 for the trust!

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You can follow the Bramhall Together Trust on Facebook and see the many photos taken that day.

The Bramhall Together Trust are a small group of volunteers working together to keep events like this and Light Up Bramhall going to keep our village vibrant.

Anyone wishing to support the Bramhall Together Trust can get in touch by emailing hello@bramhalltogethertrust.co.uk

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