Horsham’s creative youths picked up their trophies at The Capitol theatre in Horsham for the first County Times Youth Awards.
Spanning four categories in the Arts, young people were recognised for their exceptional achievements in the district on Tuesday June 24.
Accomplished violinist Andrew Bernardi presented the award for Music to harmonica player Joshua Cooper.
Conor Weedon was awarded for Creative Arts by The Capitol general manager Nick Mowat for his lifelike drawings.
Winners for the Dance category, Brooklands Dance Studio, were delighted with an emotional speech from group leader Casey Stone. County Times reporter Jasmin Martin joined them to present the award.
Filmmaker James West discussed his zombie trailer experience after he accepted the award for Media by Jack Tracey of JSPC.
Pick up the County Times for an eight page spread of the full event - out now.