Nominations for Community Inspiration Awards are now open
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Luminus, in partnership with the Hunts Post, is delighted to announce the official opening for nominations for this year’s Community Inspiration Awards.
The annual awards celebrate local unsung heroes who go the extra mile to serve their communities and make Cambridgeshire a better place.
The five award categories are:
• Good Neighbour (Sponsored by Anthony Collins)
• Community Spirit (Individual) (Sponsored by T Clarke East)
• Community Spirit (Group) (Sponsored by Aspen Build)
• Senior Citizen of the Year (Sponsored by Luminus Group)
- 1 Staff threatened with sledgehammer in armed robbery at St Neots jewellers
- 2 'Leaning' Christmas tree in St Neots is removed
- 3 Fire Crews called to a blaze that started in a flat in St Ives
- 4 Thousands more homes set for Alconbury Weald
- 5 Work from home, masks and NHS passes: New Covid rules explained
- 6 Drug dealers operating the ‘Marlo’ and ‘Star’ lines have been jailed
- 7 Roman Crucifixion burial found in Fenstanton
- 8 Horse rider injured in crash on Ramsey Road in Warboys
- 9 Christmas markets and events happening in Huntingdonshire in the next two weeks
- 10 Boris Johnson tells people to work from home as covid 'Plan B' confirmed
• Young Achiever (Sponsored by M A Motors)
Nominations are now open and people are encouraged to send in submissions for those they believe are deserving of one of these awards.
Simply go to www.communityinspirationawards.org.uk/nominate and fill in the online form.
Nominations close on Friday, September 21. The awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday, October 23.