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Nominate a caring person for top award

PUBLISHED: 23:47 09 October 2001 | UPDATED: 15:18 03 March 2010

CALLING all unsung heroes.

The 10th Babergh District Council Community Achievement Award Scheme has been launched - and nominating bodies have less than a month to make their selection.

CALLING all unsung heroes.

The 10th Babergh District Council Community Achievement Award Scheme has been launched – and nominating bodies have less than a month to make their selection.

The awards, which are being sponsored by a private company for the first time, recognise the work done by people who help to make life better for others.

There are two categories of nomination: for young people under the 18-years-old and for adults aged over 18.

Nomination forms and posters will be sent to parish councils, schools, community education officers and the Suffolk Association of Voluntary Organisations (SAVO) and the call has gone out for nominations to be made via these bodies.

All nominations must be received at the Babergh District Council offices in Hadleigh by November 30.

Scheme organiser, Jill Barton of Babergh District Council said: "I am really looking forward to receiving the nominations this year.

"For the first time we have entered into co-sponsorship with Prolog, the Sudbury based e-commerce business specialists. This will enable us to really enhance the status of the awards and make the ceremony an even more special event for those being honoured."

The ceremony will be in the Stoke by Nayland Club on February 20, 2002, and is reported to involve a celebrity.

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