THE CHATEAU Impney in Droitwich will play host to the prestigious British Muslim Awards.
The annual event on Tuesday (January 27) will be one of celebration and recognise a range of achievements in a variety of fields, including business, charity, sport, arts and culture and much more.
More than 400 people will attend the glittering ceremony and thousands of nominations have been received from all over the country.
Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid, who is also the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, is one of the nominees in the Politician of the Year category.
This is the third time the awards, which are presented by Al Rayan Bank, have been held.
Mr Javid said: “It’s always great to be recognised for the work you do – both locally for my constituents and nattionally as a minister.
“I wish everyone the best of luck with the awards.”
Ben Elder, general manager at Chateau Impney, said; “The team are delighted to be hosting this high profile event which recognises and celebrates the achievements and significant role of Muslims in British society.
“We look forward to welcoming award nominees and esteemed representatives from the world of business, charity, sport, arts and culture to the Chateau and celebrating with the winners on the night.”
Al Rayan Bank’s chief executive Sultan Choudhury said he was proud to be supporting the event and added: “The British Muslim Awards provide an ideal platform for Muslims throughout the United Kingdom to showcase their achievements.”
And Irfan Younis, CEO at event organisers Oceanic Consulting, said: “The Muslim community has been making huge contributions to a better United Kingdom and these awards are a reflection of some of the work that goes unrecognised.”