Last chance to honour the people who make us proud

Kettering Wicksteed Park Pride in Northants awards evening: Transforming the Environment award, Adam Woodyatt with sponsor (holiday inn corby/kettering A43) Paul Noble, with winner The National Allotment Society Donna McDaid.'07/10/11
Kettering Wicksteed Park Pride in Northants awards evening: Transforming the Environment award, Adam Woodyatt with sponsor (holiday inn corby/kettering A43) Paul Noble, with winner The National Allotment Society Donna McDaid.'07/10/11
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There are just days left to make a nomination for the Pride of Northamptonshire 2012 Awards which honour those who strive to make a positive impact on our communities.

The closing date for nominations for the awards run by the Telegraph and The Chronicle & Echo is Friday, September 7.

The awards aim to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals and groups working so hard to make Northamptonshire a special place.

Telegraph editor Neil Pickford said: “They could be unsung heroes, young people making a difference with their energy and enthusiasm or people who have put in years of support and care.

“This is your chance to see that their hard work and dedication doesn’t go unrecognised.

“If you know someone who fills you with pride, or an organisation which deserves the community’s thanks, then make your nomination now.”

The awards will be presented at a ceremony at Wicksteed Park Pavilion, Kettering, from 7pm to 10pm on Friday, September 28. Tickets are £20 for adults and £12 for concessions, including a reception drink and a two-course meal.

To make a nomination, for more information on the 11 categories, which include Excellence in Public Service, Young Achiever, Friendly Neighbour and Unsung Hero, and details on the sponsors, visit the Events and Exhibitions section of our website at www.northantstelegraph.co.uk.

For ticket information call 01536 506123 or 01536 506129.