Twyford Together Community Awards

Twyford Together Community Awards

The Twyford Together Community Awards are back! It’s time to celebrate those individuals, groups and businesses who go that extra mile and make a difference to people’s lives. Who will you nominate?

What are the categories?

  • Business of the Year
    Which local company or small business goes out of its way to support the community or deserves recognition for any other reason?
  • Retailer of the Year
    A local shop, pub or café where you consistently enjoy helpful service with a smile.
  • Young Achiever of the Year
    A young person aged 11 to 25 who has done something extraordinary in the local community.
  • Community Group of the Year
    What makes your favourite club, society, church or other interest group the best?
  • Neighbour of the Year
    That special someone who goes above and beyond to help others.
  • Charity of the Year
    Which charity deserves particular recognition for their tireless work in our local community?
  • Go Green Together Award
    An individual or initiative dedicated to improving our local environment, whether through protecting the natural world, enhancing public spaces or educating others.
  • Sports Person of the Year
    Someone who has been championing, promoting or performing sport or fitness activities in the community.
  • TPC Citizen of the Year
    Voting for this award closed in Novemeber. Twyford Parish Council will announce the winner at our awards ceremony.

How do I nominate?

Fill out our form by Sunday 5 February. You don’t need to live in Twyford to nominate a candidate. However, you should be local enough to appreciate the impact they have within and around the village. Likewise, nominees may come from the wider RG10 area if their influence is felt strongly within Twyford.

How many candidates can I nominate?

You can nominate as many individuals, groups or businesses as you like but make sure you outline your reasons. One form per nomination please!

What happens after nominating closes?

A panel of independent judges representing different sectors of the community will compile a shortlist.

How will the winners be announced?

Finalists will be invited to an awards ceremony on Monday 13 March at Buratta’s in Ruscombe. Winners will be announced on the night.

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