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The Mayor’s Prince Albert 150 Community Awards

Good Neighbour Award

Being a good neighbour can mean going the extra mile or carrying out small but regular acts of kindness that make a real difference to individuals and communities. Do you know a hero in the community, regularly going the extra mile to help others?

Team Excellence Award

Working together as a team can have a significant impact on a project to support the community. Do you know a group of people who should be recognised for outstanding teamwork?

Unsung Hero/Heroine Award

So many people work tirelessly behind the scenes going unrecognised for their contribution to the community. Do you know someone without whom significant success or impact would not have been achieved?

Outstanding Youth Award

Young people have a massive part to play in impacting the lives of people in a variety of ways. Do you know a young person, under the age of 18, who has significantly enhanced the lives of people in the community?

Outstanding Fundraiser Award

Raising money has a massive impact for so many organisations working to help people in the community. Do you know someone who has worked tirelessly to fundraise for a charity or good cause?

Community Champion(s)

Everyone knows a community champion who is dedicated to making their community a better place. Do you know someone who deserves recognition for the time they have committed to your community?

What are the Community Awards?

As part of this year’s celebrations of 150 years since Queen Victoria visited Wolverhampton, the Mayor of Wolverhampton would like to recognise those who go ‘above and beyond’ in Wolverhampton.

The Mayor will be awarding 6 individuals or groups at a special awards ceremony and dinner on Wednesday 30th November 2016, 150 years after Queen Victoria’s visit.