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Mayor’s Awards 2021

Mayor’s Awards 2021

Mayor's Awards 2021

The Mayor of Hunstanton, Councillor Tony Bishopp is pleased to launch the 2021 Mayor's Community Awards toacknowledge the outstanding contribution and commitment of groups and individuals in the Hunstanton area.

Hunstanton Town Council wants you to nominate your worthy local individual or group. The five award categories up for grabs are:

Neighbour of the Year

Carer of the Year

Young Carer of the Year

Business of the Year

Group or Organisation of the Year

The Mayor Cllr Bishopp stated "It is important that as a council we publicly recognise the valuable work of volunteers, paid workers and community-based organisations across our communities who have worked selflessly throughout the past year, especially more so since the Covid pandemic began, in assisting residents of Hunstanton".

"These awards deliver a strong message about the value of helping others and how it helps to strengthen Hunstanton – to connect residents and communities, reinforce community spirit and create a more cohesive and inclusive society for everyone".

Please take the time to nominate those, you feel, go that extra mile to help others and allow us to recognise their efforts. The council will accept nominations until 28th March 2021 so don't delay, get your nomination in today. I thank our community and voluntary sectors for their work and wish all nominees every success."

Nominations will close on 28th March 2021 at 4pm. Judging will take place in early April 2021 and the Awards will be presented at the virtual Town Meeting due to take place 28th April 2021.

Please note that self-nominations will not be accepted.

The judging panel will comprise of the Town Mayor and Chairman of Hunstanton Town Council Cllr Bishopp, Cllr Maureen Howard the Chair of the Community Engagement Working Panel, Cllr Robert Corby the Chair of the Youth Working Panel and the Town Clerk Jan Roomes.

For further details on how to nominate someone please visit the council's website:

Posted: Mon, 08 Feb 2021 16:34 by Amanda Knight

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