Nominate your Volunteer of the Year for the Bedford Independent Awards

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Superhero Awards

The nominations for this year’s Bedford Independent Awards – in partnership with the Harpur Trust – are flooding in, so don’t miss the chance to nominate your local everyday hero or why not put yourself forward?

Do you know someone who tirelessly volunteers their time for a charity or good cause? If so, nominate them for our Volunteer of the Year award, sponsored by our partner The Harpur Trust.

Read: Bedford Independent Awards to celebrate Bedford’s everyday heroes

Everyone who is shortlisted will be invited to the ceremony on 23 April at The Quarry Theatre in the heart of Bedford.

The winners will be invited to collect their framed award certificate plus, as a thank you for their achievements, they will receive a voucher to spend at The Bedford Swan Hotel.

Each successful shortlisted nominee and their guest will be invited to the informal awards ceremony taking place in the beautiful surroundings of the Quarry Theatre.

Download a word version of the nomination form here

Download a .pdf version of the nomination form here

Lucy Bardner, Director of Community Programmes said, “The Harpur Trust is excited to partner with the Bedford Independent to celebrate the ‘Everyday Heroes’ who make our town a better place in which to live.

“These awards pay tribute to those who have gone the extra mile to help and support others, to champion a good cause or to positively promote our town.

“As a charity which exists to deliver benefit to the people of Bedford, we are very proud to be headline sponsor and to have played a role in the development of these awards’.

Nominating is simple and all completed forms should be emailed to admin@bedfordindependent.co.uk by Friday 28 February – now extended until 10 March 2020

What are you waiting for?  Let’s get celebrating Bedford’s everyday heroes.

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