The annual Civic Awards have returned, and we want to hear from you about who is making a difference in our community.
The awards are an opportunity to officially recognise the commitment and hard work of the most deserving people in the Borough while honouring the efforts and achievements of local people and organisations who have strived to make Brentwood a better place to live and work.
They are given to those for their 'service to the community' or for their 'lifetime achievement' and could go to an individual or a group who have made a real difference to the local community. Anyone who lives or works in Brentwood can be nominated.
The nominations will be judged by a panel of judges made up of representatives from all walks of life.
To assist the judging panel, please ensure you include as much detail as possible when nominating with examples of what the individual or group have done in the community.
The categories are:
- Service to the Community
- Lifetime Achievement
You can also collect a form from the reception in Seven Arches Road next to the Town Hall, Ingrave Road, Brentwood.
The deadline for submissions is 22nd February 2019 and a judging panel will consider all nominations in mid-March 2019.
The awards will be presented on 5th April 2019 at the Civic Dinner.
The 2017 winners were:
- Service to the Community – Chris Boyland
- Service to the Community –Royal British Legion – Brentwood and District Branch
- Lifetime Achievement – Paula Hills
- Lifetime Achievement – Brian Kitchener