Nominate your hero or deserving community member for Pride in Peterborough Awards
Do you know an unsung hero who goes above and beyond for their local community, or maybe a child who has shown bravery in the face of adversity?
As we look forward to the annual Pride in Peterborough Awards we want to hear your stories.
There are 10 different categories in the year’s awards and online nominations are open now!
We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Headline Sponsor BGL Group. We are also very excited to reveal our VIP Celebrity for this year will be Soap Star Actress Jennie McAlpine ~ aka ‘Fizz’ from Coronation Street; we look forward to welcoming her to Peterborough
So what are you waiting for? Get your nominations into us here!
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is an award in recognition of someone’s outstanding contribution to the community that have made a significant impact on the lives of others
Senior Citizen of the Year Award
This award is aimed at recognising those young at heart members of the community who go the extra mile. Perhaps they excel at a hobby, have extraordinary talents or give up time for someone else. Perhaps they are just a happy 60-something who always wears a smile. Nominees for this award must be 60.
Health Professional/Carer of the Year Award
This award will go to a medical professional or carer who has demonstrated their total commitment to working hard and tirelessly in their community to make an incredible difference to the lives of others.
Family of the Year Award
This award recognises the importance of Family and the effort needed from all members to keep a family strong - if you know of a great family then we want to hear all about them!
Young Achiever Award
This award is open to a young person (aged 13 or over) who has shown exceptional courage, bravery and inspiration in the face of adversity - someone with a fighting spirit who refuses to be beaten
Child of Courage Award
This award is open to a child (up to the age of 12) who has shown exceptional courage and/or bravery in the face of adversity.
Outstanding Act of Bravery Award
Someone who has shown exceptional courage or determination in order to help others, perhaps putting their own life in danger. This may have been helping out in an emergency, saving someone’s life or preventing a scene deteriorating into a dangerous situation.
Caring Neighbour Award
This award will go to someone whose actions have had a positive impact on their neighbourhood or their actual neighbours. This may be through good deeds on a regular basis, or simply an individual whose community-minded attitude brightens up someone else’s day.
The Carer Award might go to a professional carer who provides support and friendship over and above the call of duty, to an individual who voluntarily cares for a family member or members, or to someone who cares for a neighbour or others in the community
Community Spirit Award
This award will go to someone who makes a positive effort to improve the community in which he or she lives and who is not covered by the other categories. It could be a voluntary worker, someone who runs a local organisation or a professional person who puts in that extra effort to serve his/her fellow man and woman