WHO DESERVES TO WIN AWARD?
Tell us who deserves to be a winner this year
THE PRIDE Of Bucks Awards 2015 has been officially launched last week.
The glitzy ceremony, hosted by the Buckinghamshire Advertiser and Examiner Series and our website getbucks.co.uk, will once again be hosted by the glamorous Stoke Park in Stoke Poges. This year’s event will take place on Monday, June 29.
Since the inaugural event in 2013, Pride of Bucks has gone from strength to strength.
It has given us great pleasure to provide an army of unsung heroes with the thanks and recognition they richly deserve.
But there is one thing missing from this year’s event – you.
We could not host this event without your help. We need our loyal readers to tell us about the people out there who deserve an award for what they do.
We all know community heroes – from the postman who goes the extra mile to help an elderly customer to the youth worker who goes above and beyond the call of duty to brighten the lives of those around them.
This really is your Pride of Bucks and what better opportunity to nominate that special someone so we can all thank them properly for helping to make Bucks such a special place in which to live, work and visit.
SOME OF LAST YEAR’S WINNERS: Above, Child of Courage winners Henry Neenan, seven and Rayaan Mahmood, five. Below, from left, presenter Matt Johnson, Terri Hunt, winner of Young Carer of the Year China Hyland with her mum, Chairman of South Bucks District Council Santokh S Chhokar and from sponsor Buckinghamshire Freemasons Mike Stinson
ONE OF LAST YEAR’S WINNERS: From left, presenter Matt Johnson, Environmental Project winners from Change4Chalfont Stephanie Summerell and Erica Neustadt with Mhairi Macfarlane from Trinity Mirror
A GLITTERING AFFAIR: The Pride of Bucks award ceremony is hosted at the beautiful Stoke
Park in Stoke Poges