Published Wednesday, 26th September 2018
Awards recognise individuals and groups who have made an exceptional contribution to making Sutton a better place to live, work and bring up a family
Nominations are now open for Sutton’s Community Awards, recognising individuals and groups who have made an outstanding contribution in the borough over the past 12 months.
The awards are open to everyone who lives, works, studies or volunteers in the borough.
Launching the awards, the Mayor of Sutton, Cllr Steve Cook, said: “The Sutton Community Awards recognise individuals and groups who've made an exceptional contribution to making Sutton a better place to live, work and bring up a family.
“It's your chance to shine a spotlight on to those individuals and ensure your nominees efforts do not go unrecognised.
“Please get involved, make some nominations and let's have a really fantastic event this year.”
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held on Wednesday 21 November 2018. The venue is Sutton’s newly refurbished register office and conference centre at Russettings, Worcester Road, Sutton, SM2 6PR.
Awards will be given in the following categories:
Young outstanding achievement
Do you know someone under the age of 21 who deserves credit for an exceptional academic, sporting, artistic and cultural achievement?
Do you know someone who over the age of 21 deserves special recognition for an academic, sporting, artistic or cultural achievement?
Improving lives with community spirit
Do you know someone who goes that ‘extra mile’? Do they improve others lives? How do they make London Borough of Sutton a better place?Are they an individual, group, business, organisation, charity or social enterprise?
Keeping Sutton safe
Do you know someone who helps keep others out of harm? Do they work in the public sector? Are they a group or network that ensure the safety of others? Do they work in or support the emergency services?
Do you know someone whose volunteering efforts go above and beyond?
Outstanding volunteer group
Do you know a group whose volunteering efforts set a great example?