Lancashire Young Citizen Award 2016
Do you know a young person worthy of the Lancashire Young Citizen of the Year award?
The annual search is on to find the High Sheriff of Lancashire's Young Citizen of the Year 2016 as part of a countywide competition.
Do you know a young person or group of young people, aged 21 or under, who has made a real difference to their community, supported a local organisation or selflessly helped a family member or neighbour and deserves recognition?
This year, High Sheriff Amanda Parker wants to hear about young, inspiring people who have put others first but whose work and efforts go unrecognised. She is committed to recognising the many young people who are doing fantastic work in their communities, making them safer and happier places to live
The awards are designed to promote and celebrate the fantastic work that young people do every day which goes unheard and unrecognised.
The scheme is being managed by the Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC) on behalf of the High Sheriff and the closing date for nominations in 31 January 2016.
All finalists will be invited to attend a presentation at Lancashire Constabulary Headquarters in March 2016 when the winner will receive £500 towards a project or charity of their choice plus a specially commissioned trophy and certificate from Lancashire's High Sheriff and Chief Constable.
Application forms can be completed online at www.lanpac.co.uk. For further information please contact the LANPAC team using the details below:
Al Yusuf I 01772 412796 I firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Bamber I 01772 412372 I email@example.com