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Sunday 28 December 2014

In Pictures: Leah Totton and Tommy Breslin win 2013 Ulster Tatler Awards

Leah Totton joins Ulster Rugby stars Rory Best and Paddy Wallace at the glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall. The Apprentice 2013 winner was named Celebrity of the Year.
Leah Totton joins Ulster Rugby stars Rory Best and Paddy Wallace at the glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall. The Apprentice 2013 winner was named Celebrity of the Year.
Debbie and Gerry Armstrong arrive at the glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall.
Tommy Breslin arrives at the glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall. The Cliftonville Football Club manager was named Sportsperson of the Year.
Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards hosts Sarah Clarke and Tim McGarry arrive at Belfast City Hall for the glitzy event.
Leah Totton arrives at the glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall. The Apprentice 2013 winner was named Celebrity of the Year.
Northern Ireland authors Glenn Patterson and Lucy Caldwell arrive at last night's glittering Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards at Belfast City Hall.

Winner of The Apprentice Leah Totton was named Celebrity of the Year at the 2013 Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards, rounding off a fantastic year for the local doctor.

In a year that saw glamorous Leah, from Londonderry, hired by Lord Alan Sugar in the popular BBC show The Apprentice, she again successfully beat off competition from fellow nominees, The Fall actor Jamie Dornan, television presenter and journalist Jackie Fullerton and winner of The Voice Andrea Begley at the glitzy awards in Belfast City Hall.

Other big winners on the night included ‘Godfather of Punk’ Terri Hooley who was named Arts Personality of the Year and was also awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement award, and Cliftonville manager Tommy Breslin who received the Sportsperson of the Year award.

Winners in other various categories included Kris Turnbull of Kris Turnbull Ltd who won the Business Man of the Year Award; Brian McMonagle of The Brewer’s House who took the Chef of the Year Award; Heather Boyle from A Slice of Heaven, who lifted the Business Woman of the Year Award, Derek Patterson of The Plough, Hillsborough who was named as the Hotelier / Publican of the Year and Ruth Wilson of Beaufort Interiors who was presented with the Interior Designer of the Year Award.

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