Brannel Good Citizen Award

March 05th 2020

The Brannel Good Citizen Award is a new initiative set up by St Stephen in Brannel Parish Council and is aimed at recognising those connected with the Parish who give up their time to provide support, services, activities or other works which benefit the villages and residents of Coombe, Foxhole, High Street, Lanjeth, Nanpean, St Stephen, Treviscoe and Whitemoor.

Nominees can be part of a local organisation who give their time voluntarily or an individual who has gone above and beyond to help the Parish in an unpaid professional capacity.

Nominations will also be considered for outstanding achievements in sports and culture and for activities that have led to the Parish receiving national or international recognition.

There are three different categories:

Young Citizen of the Year
For those aged 18 and under

Good Citizen of the Year
For those over 18 years of age

Lifetime Achievement Award
For outstanding long-term service of the community

To qualify for an award the candidate(s) must be connected to St Stephen in Brannel Parish and be nominated by someone who also has a connection.

This year’s nomination period ends on Tuesday 31st March 2020 after which the Council will consider the nominations. Winners will then be presented with a framed certificate and £100 for the charity or local organisation of their choice at the Annual Parish Meeting being held on Wednesday 22nd April 2020.

Guidelines

  1. The candidate(s) and nominator must have a connection to St Stephen in Brannel Parish.
  2. The candidate(s) must be nominated for voluntary work in the Parish, or for outstanding achievements in sports and culture, or for activities that have led to the Parish receiving national or international recognition.
  3. The awards can be presented to two or more individuals if they have collaborated on the contribution.
  4. Nominations must be submitted and received by the Parish Council office by Tuesday 31st March 2020.
  5. A panel comprising of the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council plus the Chairman of the Development and Environment committee will make a recommendation to the Full Council if there are more than 3 candidates per category. If less, the nominations will go directly to the Full Council.
  6. The award will comprise of a framed A4 Certificate and £100 towards the citizens chosen charity or local organisation.
  7. The awards will be given out at the Annual Parish Meeting in April.
  8. No serving member of St Stephen in Brannel Parish Council within the last 5 years can be nominated.
  9. Nominations can only be submitted by completing the nomination form.

The nomination form can be found HERE

1 Comment

  1. Karen lemasurier

    Sandra Saunders she has been making masks and still is for everyone the shop police school etc all for free using her own time

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