Our town Mayor wants you to nominate Aylesbury heroes for the Mayor's awards

Aylesbury Town Council want you to nominate local heroes who have made an exceptional contribution to Aylesbury life over the last year.

Wednesday, 20th November 2019, 10:21 am
Updated Wednesday, 20th November 2019, 10:21 am
Aylesbury Town Mayor Mike Smith

Town Mayor Mike Smith said he was 'delighted' to announce the launch of this years Mayor's awards.

The nominees must live, work, study in or contribute to the Parish of Aylesbury Town.

There are six categories of awards:

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-Service with a smile

A business or individual that consistently provides a faultless and friendly service

-Lifetime achievement

Someone who has made a significant contribution to the community over an extended period of time (this can be awarded posthumously)

-Sporting Achievement

Someone of any age who has shown great dedication to their sport e.g. a player, team, coach

-Volunteer of the year

An individual who has worked tirelessly for the good of our community

-Employer of the year

A local employer that has gone the extra mile to the benefit of its employees and the wider community e.g. supporting community initiatives, offering opportunities and practicing sustainability (employers can nominate themselves for this award)

-Youth volunteer

Recognises an individual or group of young people aged 18 or under, who have made a positive contribution to their local community. Nominations would be for exceptional young people who have helped others or shown outstanding commitment in improving their community

Closing date for all nominations is March 31 2020.

Entry forms are available by clicking here.Alternately you can email Sue Carpenter, the Mayor's assistant at [email protected] or call on 01296425678

You cannot nominate yourself (except for employer of the year award).

Nominations considered anonymously or for serving Councillors will not be considered.