Nominate someone for the Mayor's Community Awards
We're looking for people who have given up their own time to help other people or the community. They may deserve recognition for their supreme effort, strength, bravery or achievement.
All nominees for the Mayor's Community awards should:
not be employed by Kingston Council (as staff awards exist already)
be someone who has given up their own time and without prompting and offered to help other people or the community
Awards will not normally be given to individuals who are employed to perform a specific community role. These awards are intended to recognise individuals who give up their own time to help others. Nominations will continue to be considered in exceptional circumstances, particularly if the individual does other voluntary work or satisfies other criteria.
Nominees should also be one or more of the following:
someone whose service to the Community is worthy of special recognition
someone who deserves recognition for their supreme effort, strength, bravery or achievement
someone who has achieved something, which benefits the neighbourhood or even the whole of our borough
The Mayor would also like to present a special ‘Young Person’ Community Award (to someone under the age of 21). So please also consider nominating young people who may be setting an example to their peers by the voluntary work they undertake. (This excludes community work undertaken as part of the Duke of Edinburgh or other similar programme).
The deadline for Nominations is, 10am on Thursday 30th January 2020
The Awards Ceremony will be take place on Friday 6th March 2020 at 12 noon to 2pm in the Council Chamber, Guildhall
To nominate. Please complete The Mayor's Community Awards Nomination Form
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