Published: 14:56, 26 February 2019
| Updated: 15:58, 26 February 2019
Kent magician Ashley Corgat will wow guests at the KM Charity Partnership Awards in March.
Ashley, from Ashford, was invited to join his first magic society at the age of 13. He is supporting the educational charity Inspire Schools which stages the annual partnership awards and will perform close-up magic for guests during the networking session prior to the formal start of the awards.
The multi-award winning magician, with over a decade of performing for parties, corporate functions and weddings, said: "It is a great honour to support Inspire Schools in the fantastic work they do and play a part in increasing the awareness of the valuable work they deliver in schools."
Inspire Schools CEO, Simon Dolby, said: "The KM Charity Partnership Awards gives our organisation the chance to thank partnership organisations for their support and also to make them aware of the wide range of work we are delivering in schools and to support the charity sector. I am so pleased Ashley is able to support the event and will perform for guests - he will add an extra sparkle to what will be a fantastic event."
To find out more about Inspire Schools visit www.InspireSchools.org.uk