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The Pride of Gedling Awards, in association with the Nottingham Post, is a showcase of the outstanding work of the people who live in this borough, especially those who make such a positive contribution to society.

The awards take place on Thursday March 29 2018 and the categories are;

Pride of Gedling Award
This award is given to the overall Pride of Gedling winner, decided by our panel of judges.

Good Neighbour Award
This award recognises inspirational individuals who have gone that extra mile to make everyday life better for others in their community.

Community Servant Award
Someone who works serving the public in their day job and has gone above and beyond the role to help others, assist their community or improve their environment.

Young Person of the Year Award
This award celebrates young people, under the age of 21, who make an outstanding contribution to their communities.

Business in the Community Award
This award recognises the businesses which play a role in supporting their community.

Outstanding Community Project Award
This award is open to any project or group which helps our local communities and improves the lives of those who live in them.

Volunteer of the Year Award
Someone who volunteers with a group or organisation and, through their commitment to others, make a big contribution to the community.

How to nominate

Nominations for this year's awards are now closed. Finalists will be contacted by the event organisers. Unfortunately we cannot notify all nominees who have not made the final due to the high number of entries. 

A judging panel, made up of councillors and representatives from the Nottingham Post will select the winners. Shortlisted nominations will appear in the Nottingham Post, and finalists will be invited to the special award ceremony at the Civic Centre in March 2017.