The London Borough of Culture Awards Ceremony has taken place and the winners have been announced. The Borough of Camden has won a runner’s up award.
The six winners of the @MayorofLondon Cultural Impact Awards have been announced and are given limited-edition framed @BobandRoberta prints. Huge congratulations to the boroughs @lbbdcouncil @camdentalking @RBKingston @lambeth_council @LewishamCouncil @Merton_Council pic.twitter.com/4rqJxgQE3O
— LDNMayor Culture (@LDN_Culture) February 27, 2018
Jonathan Simpson, former Camden mayor and a part of the bidding team says, “We won an exemplar award and will be working hard to deliver our digital story telling project.” Waltham Forest and Brent will hold the main title for 2018 and 2019.
6 winners of Mayor’s cultural impact awards are Barking & Dagenham, Camden, Kingston, Lambeth, Lewisham, and Merton.
The Cultural Impact Award means that the council’s ‘Camden Alive’ project which will see interesting digital creations will be funded.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said: “London’s culture is, and has always been, about celebrating our diversity and strengthening the ties that bind us together. Culture also has an incredible power to transform lives, open minds and broaden horizons.”
The Borough of Camden is delighted to be one of the first ever winners of the London Borough of Culture award for 2019 & 2020.