Do you know someone working for the benefit of the Hailsham community or who has committed an outstanding act of bravery or community service? Why not show your appreciation and nominate them for the ‘Hailsham Hero’ Award?
The award is to celebrate those people working tirelessly amongst us, in recognition of outstanding service to the people of Hailsham, or perhaps a person who has committed a single act of bravery, heroism or selflessness.
Hailsham Town Council is calling on the people across town to put forward nominations for the award and want you to provide information on someone in the community who achieves great things or has gone above and beyond what is expected of them to make things happen.
If you would like to nominate an individual, please use the Town Council’s nomination form to demonstrate that the person has made a significant contribution to the advancement, wellbeing and welfare of the people of Hailsham in a voluntary capacity, demonstrated excellent citizenship, or has committed a one-off act of heroism, selflessness or bravery.
For more details or a copy of the nomination form, please visit reception at Hailsham Town Council, Inglenook, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE or phone 01323 841702, email email@example.com or download a form here.
The deadline for applications is 4pm on Friday 29th January 2016. A panel will then select the successful person at a meeting by the end of February 2016.
The winner will be given their award at the Annual Town Meeting being held on the evening of 19th April 2016 at the Civic Community Hall in Hailsham.
Town Mayor Councillor Nigel Coltman, who sits on the judging panel, said it is important that Hailsham’s “unsung heroes” are able to be acknowledged and given formal recognition. He said: “This award is a fantastic way to commend and celebrate all those individuals who selflessly work throughout the year to help others in the community.”
“These hard-working volunteers are an inspiration to others and demonstrate how so much can be achieved when a community pulls together to help one another. Such individuals are the sort of people who – often quietly – make their contribution within the town and benefiting others.”
Councillor Paul Holbrook, also a member of the judging panel, said: “There are so many people in Hailsham who work tirelessly to improve their local community and provide opportunities for others. The Hailsham Hero Award is all about celebrating their success, the role they play in helping to make our town a great place to live, learn and work and saying a big thank you from us.”
Terry Hall, Communications & Public Information Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
Telephone: 01323 841702 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org