10 yr old Faye Gregory-Lambert wins Bramhall’s Got Talent

14 Oct 2016

10 year old Faye Gregory-Lambert wins this year’s Bramhall’s Got Talent

The winner of this year’s Bramhall’s Got Talent competition was fantastic 10-year-old singer Faye Gregory-Lambert who wowed the crowd with her version of ‘A Million Voices’.  First prize was £500 donated by event sponsor Talent HR and Recruitment, £50 to spend at Chilli Banana, a 2- hour recording session offered by The Mill Official and a winner’s bouquet from Bramhall Flowers. Second prize went to singer 13 year old Lola Gorrod student at Bramhall High School and third prize To Lucy Bower and Izzy Preece who sang and played guitar.


Photo thanks to Ben Smith Photographer

Faye, who plans to save her prize money until she’s old enough to buy a car, told us,

“I love singing and when I saw the advert for the competition, I decided to enter. There were so many great acts that I was really surprised to win the first prize. It was a great day and I met some lovely people and want to say thanks to all the people who organised it. I’m looking forward to enjoying my prizes and still can’t believe I won!”

This year’s event in Bramhall Village Square attracted 40 contestants including singers, bands, dancers, gymnasts and school choirs.

Sponsor Katie Bancroft of Talent HR and Recruitment was one the event judges and was impressed by the quality of talent on the stage.

“It was fantastic to see so many people sign up to perform on Saturday and there was some fabulous talent to entertain us throughout the day. Faye’s performance was amazing and we were all agreed that she was a worthy winner. We were delighted to have sponsored this year’s event.”

BGT 2016 - Talent HR

Katie Banfort – Talent HR and winner Faye Gregory Lambert

Bramhall’s Got Talent is one of three events organised each year by Bramhall Together Trust – local volunteers committed to bringing the community together in Bramhall. Chairman Roger Prydderch was delighted with this year’s support from sponsors, traders, entrants and the local community.

“We had a great turnout this year both on the stage and from the crowd who gave their support throughout the day. Events like this are impossible to stage without the support from our sponsors and our thanks go to those organisations who made this year’s event possible – main sponsor and donator of the first prize, Talent HR and Recruitment, and the sponsors of all this year’s prizes, Bramhall Together Trust; I Love Bramhall & I Love Cheadle Hulme; Bramhall Record Fair; Chilli Banana Street Food; The Mill Official, and Bramhall Flowers.

BGT 2016

The Judges – Alison Renshaw- Kirth Firth-Mary Robinson – Wendy Green

Faye’s winning performance can be seen here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p5PniQiUEU

Next event coming up organised by the Bramhall Together Trust is Light Up Bramhall on Saturday 26 November.

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