The Northern Ireland air ambulance has been recognised in two categories at a recent awards ceremony at the Millennium Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London.
The charity received a highly commended award in the partnership of the year category for its work with the Ulster Farmers Union who raised £200,000.
Harry Smyth (10) from Kilrea was shortlisted for the “Outstanding Young Person” award for his fundraising efforts following his father’s passing in a road traffic accident in February.
Kerry Anderson, Head of Fundraising for Air Ambulance Northern Ireland said, “We’re so happy that Harry’s amazing fundraising efforts have been recognised in this way. These awards are UK wide and receive a huge amount of nominations so the fact that he has been shortlisted is a phenomenal achievement that he and his family should be very proud of.”