Young citizens from St Helens will be recognised in a special concert attended by the Deputy Police Commissioner.
Cllr Sue Murphy is among the guests invited to attend the event at St Helens Town Hall which aims to celebrate citizenship among young people. The event is organised by Allanson Street's Primary School in Parr and last year 25 primary school got involved.
This year all primary schools in St Helens have been invited to nominate a child to be presented with a Young Citizens Award in front of their family, friends, staff and invited gusts.
Among the awards will be a police award presented by a member of Merseyside Police's St Helens Command Team.
The event will also be attended by the Lord Mayor, local councillors and other dignitaries.
As well as her role as Deputy Police Commissioner, Sue is also a St Helens councillor and was previously cabinet member for Families and Young People.