Anthony Browne, MP for South Cambridgeshire has launched his COVID Community Champion Awards to recognise the fantastic efforts of people across his constituency who have helped others during the pandemic.
Mr Browne is encouraging constituents to nominate individuals and groups who have provided support and voluntary services during the pandemic. This could include local volunteering, raising awareness in your community, forming a local support service for vulnerable residents or any support volunteered over the last eighteen months.
Constituents are encouraged to nominate a local individual, group, or organisation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- Nominator name
- Nominator address
- Nominator email
- Name and contact email of the COVID Community Champion Award nominee
- One/two sentences on why they are nominating them
The awards are being supported by all of Cambridgeshire’s MPs, including Lucy Frazer, Stephen Barclay, Shailesh Vara, Daniel Ziechner, Jonathan Djanogly, and Peterborough's Paul Bristow.
Mr Browne commented: “From collecting medication and groceries, to looking out for elderly neighbours, or volunteering or supporting the NHS - there are many stories of support that have taken place across our local communities during the pandemic. I am keen to recognise the efforts of those who have gone and above and beyond during this tough time for our area and country.”
“The Awards will run until the end of October, with the winners invited to a special reception in Parliament in December.”
For more information about the Awards please email email@example.com or fill in the form below.