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Nominations Open For The Lambeth Community Awards

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Lambeth Council invites you to submit your nomination for this year’s Lambeth Community Awards, a ceremony which celebrates the unsung heroes of the borough.

Every day across Lambeth, people who care about their local community make a positive contribution to the lives of others and now Lambeth Council would like to thank these people and recognise their contribution to the borough.

The closing date for nominations is Monday 17 August at 9am. The awards ceremony will take place this September in the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall.

The ceremony will highlight the work of groups and individuals with the eight award categories which are as follows:

1. Bringing your neighbourhood together award This could be someone who goes out of their way to improve a public space in your area for the benefit of others (e.g. a street, park or community centre), or someone who goes out of their way to bring their community together.

2. Making Lambeth safer community award A citizen who works with the community to encourage practical, safer ways of living by activities including advice giving, providing support or helping others to live in harmony.

3. Helping people into jobs and training community award A local who helps people onto the next step of their training or career pathway through, for example, mentoring, advice, encouragement or offering practical tip about courses, funding or CV’s.

4. Cleaner and greener community award Someone who has made a real difference to the local environment in a particular area or someone who has delivered an environmental improvement project such as a renewable energy project that is both innovative and creative.

5. Keeping Lambeth healthy community award An individual who raises awareness of how to improve health and wellbeing and/or helps others to do so. This could be through advice, befriending or group activities.

6. Young person’s community award An under-18 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.

7. Lord Scarman award Someone who has contributed to developing, or promoting equality and inclusion in the areas of race, gender, disability, age, sexuality, religion or belief and achieving or encouraging achievement in challenging circumstances.

8. Voluntary or community organisation of the year award To be awarded to a local community group or voluntary organisation that is working towards meeting the Lambeth Council overarching community outcomes: more jobs and sustainable growth; communities feel safer and more resilient; and/or cleaner, greener streets.


If you have any questions, and for more information please contact communications@lambeth.gov.uk.