The faces of the inspirational young 30 Under 30 stars of 2019 lined the walls of Lincoln Cathedral’s Chapter House on Thursday, October 31.
The project, which celebrates up and coming talent in the county, culminated with a reception event and exhibition, as well as giving those shortlisted the opportunity to meet their peers.
The Lincolnite and Lincolnshire Reporter, alongside sponsors Streets, the University of Lincoln and Ringrose Law, received almost 80 nominations for the accolade, representing a diverse range of talents and achievements.
A panel of judges selected the final shortlist based on the person’s career and development, impact in their field or employer, as well as their personal story and journey.
Winners ranged from entrepreneurs to scientists, outstanding professionals to RAF engineers, a pageant queen, an LGBTQ+ advocate and a medal winning gymnast.
Judges commended all for their inspiring work and for creating a lasting legacy in the city and county.
Associate Editor of The Lincolnite Emily Norton said: “These people are the ones to watch in the near future, and our endeavours to highlight their success so far will hopefully push them to new heights. We would like to offer our congratulations to the 30 Under 30 shortlist and the best of luck in their next endeavours.”