Nominate your good neighbour in new Hertfordshire Community Awards
PUBLISHED: 15:03 26 July 2020 | UPDATED: 15:03 26 July 2020
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Everyone needs good neighbours. Has your neighbour helped you during lockdown?
Have they gone the extra mile for others during the coronavirus pandemic.
If the answer is yes, then nominated them for a county award.
One of the Hertfordshire Community Awards 2020 categories aims to celebrate the achievements of the county’s good neighbours over the past 12 months.
The Welwyn Hatfield Times and its sister papers, the Royston Crow, the Comet Series and the Herts Advertiser, want to reward the county’s good citizens at the inaugural Hertfordshire Community Awards 2020.
We’ve already heard stories of great community spirit, but we would love to hear from more people and recognise them at the gala awards night planned for Stevenage in September.
Sponsored by supermarket giants Tesco, the Good Neighbour award is for a person who is always there with help and advice for their neighbours.
When making a nomination, please consider the following criteria:
• How have they gone the extra mile
• How have they helped improve someone’s quality of life
• What sacrifices have they made to provide level of care
• What assistance given to other projects or causes.
It’s free to enter the 2020 Hertfordshire Community Awards.
You have until the end of the month – Friday, July 31 – to get your award entries in.
Visit www.hertscommunity awards.co.uk to nominate your good neighbour for a prestigious award.
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