Royal Borough Volunteer Awards 2012 - Community Safety
Royal Borough Volunteer Awards 2012
Last year we held our inaugral community safety awards where we celebrated individuals' and groups' contribution to making the Royal Borough a safe place to live. The quality of the nominations was high and it was tough decision to choose the winners.
Last year's winners were:
Betty Marlow, chair of Datchet Horton and Wraysbury Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) and Mike Holness, co-chair of Boyn Hill, Cox Green and Woodlands Park NAG were joint winners of the individual category. Runner-up was Carol McCall, a voluntary community crime fighter in Windsor and deputy chair of Clewer and Oakley Green NAG.
The group winners were Maidenhead Street Angels, with runners-up the Army Welfare Service, Broom Farm, Windsor.
We are hoping to receive even more nominations this year. Get those entries in!
This year we have joined forces with the Royal Borough which is launching its first Volunteer Awards on Thursday 28 June to recognise the outstanding contribution that individuals or groups make to council projects and the local community.
Residents are urged to nominate in the following seven categories:
- Adopt-a-Street - (businesses, community, individual and schools)
- community project
- community safety - (individual and group)
- school governor
- young volunteer.
Nomination forms and guidance on each category can be found below. We have also put the poster for you to download, display and spread the word!
If you having problems downloading the forms or would like more information about how to nominate someone for these awards, call the Community Partnership on 01628 796100 or email email@example.com
For the other categories you can visit http://www.rbwm.gov.uk.
The closing date is Friday 24 August. The winners will be announced at the Volunteer Awards ceremony on Thursday 20 September.