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MAYOR'S CIVIC AWARDS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN
Dudley Council is delighted to launch the annual Mayor’s Ball and Civic Awards in association with Halesowen College.
Unsung community heroes from across Dudley borough are set to be honoured in the annual Mayor’s Civic Awards. We are calling on people across the borough to put forward nominations for the awards. We want you to tell us about the people in your community who achieve great things or go above and beyond what is expected of them to make things happen.
Nominations must be in by Sunday 26 February and the winner and one runner-up in each of the six categories will be announced in March. They will be presented with their prize – a trophy and a certificate by the Mayor of Dudley, Sue Greenaway at the Mayor's Ball and Civic Awards on Friday 31 March.
Nominees competed for:
The Frank Foley award for community spirit
The William Shenstone award for environment
The Duncan Edwards award for sport
The Cedric Hardwicke award for arts
The Thomas Attwood award for education
The Mike Holder award for business
Each of the awards is named after a past local hero and you can find out more about them here.
NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Nominations for the Mayor's Civic Awards in association with Halesowen College have now closed. Successfully shortlisted nominees will be contacted soon and the winners will be announced on Friday 31 March. Thank you to everyone who took the time to make a nomination and celebrate the silent heroes of Dudley borough.