Do you know a community champion?
Recognise the great things they do with a community award.
For categories please turn over and for a nomination form, please visit www.lambeth.gov.uk/communitypride or you can find paper copies in community venues such as libraries and housing offices.
The closing date for nominations is Sunday 5 June 2016 at midnight.
An award ceremony will take place in September.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Community benefits delivered from the council’s Total Facilities Management contract include a Community Development Fund, which will fund the Lambeth Community Pride Awards 2016.
Lambeth Community Pride Awards 2016
1. Resident of the year
In the last 12 months how did they/you go above and beyond what is usually expected in supporting and inspiring others? Please explain the difference this has made to the community.
2. Young person’s community award
An under-24 year old who shows commitment to their local area in any one or a variety of ways, including representing young people, helping others, or by getting involved with local groups.
3. Bringing your neighbourhood together award
This could be someone who goes out of their way to improve a public amenity in your area for the benefit of others (e.g. a street, green space or community centre), or someone who organises an event or events to bring their community together whilst promoting equality and inclusion.
4. Innovation and enterprise award
An individual or group who makes the most of the assets available to them and uses their skills and networks to improve the wellbeing for residents and the community in the local area in new and innovative ways.
5. Best garden award (individual property)
Individual property that is shared with the public i.e. front gardens and balconies. Plants and flowers
only. Judges will be looking for the best use of limited resources and space.
6. Best garden award (community garden)
Community garden involving more than one person. Plants and flowers only. Judges will be looking for the best use of limited resources and space.
7. Best food growing project
Community project using shared space involving more than one person. Edibles only. Not flowers or plants.
8. Voluntary or community organisation of the year award
To be awarded to a local community group or voluntary organisation that has made a difference to their community in the last 12 months by either promoting community resilience and/or wellbeing by contributing to the council’s community plan priorities.