High Sheriff's final call for nominations for youth award
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Catherine says she wants to hear more about those under the age of 21, individuals or groups, who have been selfless in helping others.
She said: “It is always particularly encouraging when one hears of young people who are doing exceptional things for the good of others. I would like to hear about initiatives which have made a beneficial difference to the lives of others, locally, nationally or even internationally. This includes notable acts of bravery or kindness as well.”
She continued: “The LANPAC Young Citizen Award is my way of acknowledging and rewarding the very good deeds of Lancashire’s young people – those who have gone above and beyond to help others.”
The awards are being administered by LANPAC (Lancashire Partnership Against Crime) on behalf of the High Sheriff, who will chair the panel of judges.
All finalists will be invited to attend a presentation to be held, pandemic permitting, at Lancashire Constabulary Headquarters in March 2021. If that is not possible the awards will be presented virtually.
The winner will receive £500, a trophy and certificate, two runners-up will each receive £100 and a certificate. The closing date for nominations is January 31 and further details are available from Al Yusuf on 01772-412796. Nominations can be submitted at www.lanpac.co.uk
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