These singing Hartlepool sisters are set for big things - now find out why they have been nominated for a special award

Two talented Hartlepool sisters who have used their music to help others in need have been put forward for Mail honours.

Friday, 20th October 2017, 3:19 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 12:00 pm
Sisters Olivia Crawford and Georgia Fletcher - known as Liv'n'G, have been nominated for a Best of Hartlepool Award.

Singing duo Olivia Crawford and Georgia Fletcher - who make up Liv’n’G - have been nominated for two awards in the annual Best of Hartlepool Awards.

The pair, who shot to fame for their charity single ‘Smile’ in honour of little Bradley Lowery, have been nominated by the people of their town for both the Mail’s Young Performer of the Year Award and the Fundraiser of the Year award.

Liv n G, Olivia Crawford and Georgia Fletcher peform 'Our Superhero' written for Bradley Lowery at Middleton Grange Shopping Centre, Hartlepool.

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Olivia, 16, and her sister Georgia, 22, said they were delighted to be nominated for the two awards and were pleased that their hard work had been recognised.

Olivia said: “I am just overwhelmed that we have been nominated.

“It is lovely and feels like people are giving us something back for all of our time and effort.

“We have done so much for charity and it is lovely to see that it has been recognised.

Liv n G, Olivia Crawford and Georgia Fletcher peform 'Our Superhero' written for Bradley Lowery at Middleton Grange Shopping Centre, Hartlepool.

“It is nice that people know what we do as we work so hard for it.”

This year pair released a cover of the Charlie Chaplin classic ‘Smile’ raising money for cancer battler Bradley Lowery, who sadly died in July.

The song was played on national radio stations, reaching Number 4 in the VodaFone Big Top 40 chart.

The track is believed to have raised thousands for The Bradley Lowery Foundation which aims to support other ill children and their families.

Alongside this the singers have also released an original song called ‘Over You’ and travelled throughout the UK performing alongside some amazing acts including Matt Terry, Stooshe and Megan Dhalai.

Georgia added: “We just want to say that we are really thankful for being nominated.

“We have never been nominated for anything before, so it is nice that people are recognising what we are doing and to see that all of our hard work is paying off.

“Loads of amazing people have been nominated for these awards, so it is lovely that we are going to be going up alongside them.”

Now we are calling on you to nominate individuals who deserve a Best of Hartlepool Award and for the first time this year there is a special category for talented youngsters called the Young Performer of the Year.

Those nominated in that category will get to compete in their own big event in front of a live audience on October 30 at Hartlepool Sixth Form College.

The top three from the evening of great entertainment will go on to compete at the grand finale of the overall awards.

After the young performers’ night, the judges will meet to draw up a shortlist for all the categories in early November. And then comes the grand final, which will be held at Hardwick Hall on Tuesday, November 21.

To nominate someone for an award, please send your entries by post to Lynn Wild, Hartlepool Mail, Alexander House, Rainton Bridge Business Park, Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland. DH4 5RA.

Alternatively email: [email protected]

The deadline for all entries is Monday, October 23.


l Young Performer of the Year (under 21)

l Green Champion

l Student of the Year

l Fundraiser of the Year

l Volunteer of the Year

l Sporting Excellence

l Community Group

l Community Champion

l Child of Courage

l Child of Achievement

l Emergency Services Award

l Carer of the Year

l Neighbour of the Year

l Sports Team of the Year

l Role Model of the Year

l Lifetime Achievement Award