LOOKING AHEAD TO THE BIG DAY
WE have been absolutely astounded by the number and the variety of entries to this year’s Pride of Bucks awards.
It just goes to prove what exceptional people we have living in our communities.
From the emergency service workers who are trained to offer assistance when people need it the most to the enormous numbers of people who give up their free time to help others or the community, the standard of entries has been so very high.
Sadly, not everyone can win an award and those who have not received an invitation to attend Monday’s awards ceremony at Stoke Park have not been successful this year. But we would like to pay tribute to you all and thank you sincerely for the efforts you go to in order to help make our communities wonderful places in which to live and work or reach out to people who need help.
We would also like to thank all those people who took the time to submit a nomination.
We are extremely grateful and are sure you will agree that the task of selecting our winners was always going to be a difficult one.
Our winners will be announced at the ceremony on Monday – don’t miss our special supplement in next week’s paper.
You can keep up with events throughout the day on Monday by visiting www.getbucks.co.uk where we will be bringing you live coverage throughout the event.
The Pride of Bucks awards highlight all that is good about our communities and we could not run it without you.
MAKING US PROUD: This year’s Pride Of Bucks awards ceremony takes place on Monday – among last year’s entertainers were the Polka Dots