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Panel assembles for Hampton Court Palace awards ceremony
Published: Friday 12th of December 2008
A judging panel for an awards ceremony to be held at Hampton Court Palace next week has assembled to start vetting nominations.
The Sun Military Awards – known as 'the Millies' – is set to recognise the achievements of men and women serving in the British armed forces.
Judges for the awards, including Prince Charles and athlete and former soldier Dame Kelly Holmes, assembled at Clarence House on December 10th, reports the newspaper.
Other famous names included in the panel are England and Chelsea skipper John Terry, actor Ross Kemp and World Cup-winning England rugby heroes Lawrence Dallaglio and, former captain and current coach, Martin Johnson.
The awards will be held at the historic Hampton Court Palace on the outskirts of London on December 16th and promises to be a glittering, star-studded event.
LondonPass holders can gain free entry to Hampton Court Palace, saving £13.30 for adults and £6.65 for children, along with a 20 per cent discount in the Tiltyard Cafe and Privy Kitchen.
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