BRITAIN'S MOST ADMIRED CHARITIES: FULL STORIES AND PICTURES

Pictures from Monday's awards ceremony for Third Sector's Britain's Most Admired Charities are published on the website today with articles about the winners and runners-up.

Matthew Thomson, chief executive of London Community Recycling Network, which won the Most Innovative Charity award
Matthew Thomson, chief executive of London Community Recycling Network, which won the Most Innovative Charity award

The event, attended by more than 150 voluntary sector chief executives, trustees and professionals, was held in a spectacular 30th floor reception room in the Canary Wharf headquarters of the hosts, Barclays Commercial Bank.

Winners of the four awards were The Children's Society (Most Admired Charity), Clare Tickell of Action for Children (Most Admired Chief Executive), London Community Recycling Network (Most Innovative Charity) and Duncan Bannatyne (Celebrity Charity Champion).

A shortlist for the awards was drawn up with the help of a panel of voluntary sector leaders and experts, and 215 chief executives cast votes to select the winners.

The articles are published in a special section of this week's Third Sector magazine, which will also carry two pages of pictures next week.

To go to the articles and pictures on the website, click here.

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