You have until the end of today to nominate someone in Peterborough for a Civic Award.
The City Council’s looking for residents, groups, organisations and businesses in the area that have gone the extra mile to make a real difference and help bring communities together.
Last year’s winners included Joan Pickett, David Lowndes, Peter Lumley, Carolyn Lumley and Brian Pearce; who all received Lifetime Achievement awards.
Other winners were parish councillors Margaret Palmer and Frieda Gosling who were given Community Involvement awards.
The nomination categories for the awards are:
Contribution to Art and Culture
The Civic Awards use an open nomination scheme. This means that anyone can nominate a resident, group, organisation or business within the city for an award as long as the nominee meets the criteria for that award.
Nomination forms are available to download on the City Council’s Civic Awards page, from the Town Hall reception or by emailing email@example.com.
The closing date for nominations is 30 October 2018.
All nominations will be passed on to the Honours Panel which will meet next month to draw up a shortlist of finalists and select winners in each category.
The winners of the Civic Awards will be announced at the council meeting in January 2019, followed by a presentation ceremony in the new year at the Town Hall.