IS THERE an unsung hero in your community?
Do you think someone should be recognised for all the charity work they do?
If so, then it’s not too late to nominate someone for the first ever Ellesmere Port and Neston Civic Awards.
The awards are being established by the borough council to recognise outstanding achievement to the community.
Nominations are open to anyone over 18 living in the borough, but hurry – the closing date is next Monday (March 31).
Borough mayor Ted Lloyd said: “So far we’ve received some really inspiring stories of generosity and courage.
“It’s not too late to nominate someone you feel should be recognised for their contribution to the community.”
All nominations must be received on an official nomination form, available from all council receptions, by phoning 0151 356 6402, e-mailing email@example.com or by downloading from the Civic Awards page on the council website www.epnbc.go.uk/council
From the nominations received, up to five award winners will be selected by the Civic Awards Panel, chaired by borough councillor Peter Shephard.
Each winner will receive a personalised certificate and be presented with their award at a ceremony in May.