‘Tireless’ community heroes to be championed at annual council awards
PUBLISHED: 15:11 19 August 2019 | UPDATED: 15:11 19 August 2019
Copyright Simon Finlay 2019
Community heroes have the chance to be nominated for a council’s annual awards.
The Broadland Community at Heart Awards have opened for the fifth year.
The yearly awards celebrate the district's volunteers, businesses, individuals and community groups.
This year's ten categories include: Inspiration of the Year, Young Person of the Year, Carer of the Year, Environmental Champion of the Year, and Good Neighbour or Friend of the Year.
"There are many individuals and groups in Broadland who work tirelessly to improve the lives of those around them," said council chairman Karen Vincent.
"Over the past four years we have had some fantastic winners and nominees, so I can't wait to see this year's shortlist and learn more about the incredible work they do."
Nominations close on Sunday, September 29 and all shortlisted nominees will be invited to an awards evening, with winners receiving £250 towards a chosen community or voluntary organisation.
They will also be entered into the Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards, at OPEN on Thursday, December 5.
To nominate someone, visit www.broadland.gov.uk/heart or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Paper forms can also be collected from and returned to Broadland's libraries from next week.
Stars of Norfolk nominations
Entry for this year's 13 categories is now open, with nominations welcomed for:
- Carer of the Year;
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- Young Person of the Year;
- Sporting Achievement of the Year;
- Education Champion of the Year;
- Outstanding Act of Bravery of the Year;
- NHS Person of the Year;
- Fire and Rescue Person of the Year;
- Police Person of the Year;
- Community Champion of the Year;
- Team or Community Group of the Year;
- Charity Fundraiser of the Year;
- Cultural or Arts Person of the Year and
- Unsung Hero or Heroine of the Year.
You can also send your completed nomination form to EDP Stars of Norfolk and Waveney, c/o Jessica Frank-Keyes, Eastern Daily Press, Rouen Road, Norwich, NR1 1RE.
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