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mirus stars pre-awards parties ANNOUNCEMENT

We’re excited to announce that our mirus stars pre-awards parties will be held at Cardiff City Stadium and Swansea City Stadium in July – and we need you to nominate the people you think deserve to win!

You have until the end of May to nominate people we support and mirus staff members for doing something amazing. You can nominate here: https://bit.ly/mirusmoments
When you nominate give your reason in as much detail as possible to give the people you nominate the best chance of winning.
At these fun pre-awards parties, you can celebrate, dance, enjoy a delicious buffet AND vote for your mirus stars finalists from the nominations that we receive.
You can find out more and book your tickets here: www.mirus-wales.org.uk/home/stars/tickets/
You can book one ticket each time you checkout, but don’t worry – you can go back and order more once you’ve completed the checkout process. Tickets are limited, so book as soon as you can!

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