Suffolk: Nominations flood in for this year’s Stars of Suffolk awards
- Credit: Archant
Nominations are continuing to flood in for this year’s Stars of Suffolk awards, which aim to highlight the extraordinary work done by dedicated and courageous people.
Family carers, people battling serious conditions, charity fundraisers and hospice volunteers are among those people who have already been put forward for the 2014 awards, backed by the Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times.
There are 14 categories this year, including unsung hero of the year and community team or champion and there is still time for people to vote, with nominations closing on November 1.
Archant Suffolk editor-in-chief Terry Hunt said: “We are delighted to be closely associated with Stars of Suffolk once again this year.
“It is a brilliant event which recognises and celebrates the true heroes of our county.
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“If you know someone, or an organisation, which really does go the extra mile to make a difference, then please nominate them.”
Mick Parker, managing director of Parker Communications, which organises the event, added: “The best thing of all about Stars of Suffolk is that it recognises and celebrates the brilliant work done by people who simply don’t realise what extraordinary things they’re doing.”
To nominate, visit our Stars of Suffolk webpage
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