The search is on for the Epping Forest District Young Citizen of the Year 2018.
Highlighting positive contributions
The annual award presented to a young person in the district highlights extraordinary commitments, efforts and achievements made by young people in the district.
The finalists will be invited to attend the District Council`s Civic Awards ceremony in March 2018 where the winner will receive an award of £300 and a certificate of achievement.
Chairman David Stallan said: ‘The Young Citizen of the Year is part of the yearly Citizen of the Year awards, which is a great event showcasing the fantastic work that goes on throughout the district.”
“It’s important that we recognise all the good young people do in our community. The younger generation are our future and it always great to see the steps they are making to make the district a better place. If you know anyone between the ages 11 and 18 and feel they deserve recognition as well as £300 towards their work nominate them for an award today.”
Make a nomination
To nominate a young person aged between 11 and 18 for the Young Citizen of the Year award either
Pick up a nomination from any EFDC building
Local libraries and secondary schools
The closing date for nominations is Friday 24th November 2017.
For further information please contact Diane Gilson-Butler, Youth Engagement Officer
- Call 01992 564365
- Text 07789 372179