Last Modified January 08, 2020
The search is on for this year’s community champion to receive their moment of recognition at our Civic Awards.
The Mayor of Hertsmere, Councillor Alan Plancey, wants to hear about individuals or groups living or working in the community who give up their time to improve the lives and circumstances of Hertsmere residents.
People nominated should have contributed to activities or initiatives which have shown a benefit to the local area and directly involved other community members or colleagues. Nominees should have worked in a voluntary capacity or carried out work which is considered over and above their normal paid employment duties.
Categories for nominations are as follows:
- CIVIC AWARD: Work undertaken for the benefit of the residents of the borough
- THE DAVE RANKIN AWARD: Outstanding contribution to improving community safety across the borough
- YOUTH CIVIC AWARD (UNDER 18): Work undertaken for the benefit of the residents of the borough
To make a nomination, please complete the attached form and return it to: Mayor’s Secretary, Hertsmere Borough Council, Civic Offices, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1WA or email@example.com
The deadline for entries is Friday 31 January. Nominations will be considered by a panel. All winners will be invited to attend a presentation evening at the Hertsmere Civic Dinner on 5 April 2020 at Elstree Studios.
Details of previous award winners are listed below.
John and Sheila Carlisle
Adam Duke - Youth Civic Award
Borehamwood Action Group - Dave Rankin Award
Dr Raymond Coffer
Gary Shinn - The Dave Rankin Award
Paul Welsh MBE
Christopher Davess – The Dave Rankin Award
Yasmin Gill – Youth Civic Award
Ann and Norman Shuker
Dr Phil Wadey
John Godfrey – The Dave Rankin Award
Reece Browne – Youth Civic Award
Alan Lawrence, Ann Lawrence and David Armitage
Sixty Plus (Potters Bar & South Mimms)
Valerie Kane and Loran Kingston – The Dave Rankin Award
Stuart Nagler JP DL – 40th Anniversary Award