Be inspired, say award hosts Sara and Nigel.THE celebrity hosts of this year's Inspire! Adult Learners' Awards have given their full backing to adult learning.
TV's Sara Edwards For the American television personality, see .
Sara Edwards (born 1962), was a co-presenter of BBC Wales' early-evening news programme, BBC Wales Today.
Edwards was born in Wales and brought up and educated in London, where she studied medieval and modern history. , pictured, and former sports star Nigel Walker Nigel Walker born (15 June 1963 in Cardiff) is a former Welsh athlete and Wales international rugby union player. He is currently Head of Internal Communications at BBC Wales. will co-host the glittering awards ceremony at Bangor University Bangor University (Welsh: Prifysgol Bangor) is a university based in the city of Bangor in the county of Gwynedd in north Wales. on Thursday, May 7.
"I am delighted to co-host this year's Inspire! Adult Learners' Awards ceremony" said Sara. "It's a wonderful event, full of inspiring personal stories, which show the amazing impact that learning can have.
"The awards show how learning can literally transform people's lives. For many people, Adult Learners' Week is where it all begins. Why not take a look at the learning opportunities on offer in your area -
you never know where it could lead!" Nigel added: "Finding the time and motivation to return to learning is not always easy, especially with today's hectic lifestyles. But, as the Inspire! Adult Learners' Awards recognise, the rewards are truly amazing. Gaining qualifications is just part of it.
"The real rewards are in the opportunities that learning can bring - not just in terms of careers and earning potential, but in finding new interests, making new friends and developing new skills."