Know someone from Welwyn Hatfield who deserves a civic award?

PUBLISHED: 10:45 29 October 2019

2019 winners of the Welwyn Hatfield Civic Awards from left to right: David Treglohan, Sue Jenkins, Aimee McCormack and Tony Skottowe . Picture: WHBC.

2019 winners of the Welwyn Hatfield Civic Awards from left to right: David Treglohan, Sue Jenkins, Aimee McCormack and Tony Skottowe . Picture: WHBC.

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Nominations have opened for Welwyn Hatfield’s civic awards – which celebrate the inspirational achievements of local people.

Welwyn Hatfield Mayor Cllr Roger Trigg, chair of the judging panel, will select up to five winners with other judges.

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"The Civic Awards are a fantastic opportunity to thank some of the unsung heroes who, through their selfless dedication to our community through their jobs or as volunteers, make Welwyn Hatfield a better place to live and work in," Cllr Trigg said.

Winners of the borough's highest accolade get a trophy, a certificate and a cheque for £250. The recipients' names are also entered into an official Civic Awards book where their achievement is recorded for posterity.

Nominate online before Friday January 17 2020 by going to: welhat.gov.uk/civicawards or ask for forms to be sent to you by emailing contact-whc@welhat.gov.uk or calling 01707 357000.


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