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Red Carpet Dinner & Community Awards
Sun 17 December 2017, 18:00 – 23:00 GMT
Red Carpet Dinner, provides an opportunity for everyone in the community to celebrate while encouraging community integration and quality family time.
The food, drink and entertainment all tie in together to not only ensure our guests enjoys themselves but also allow everyone to celebrate.
The aim is to give everyone that Red Carpet treatment and feel. We all work so hard all through the year, and Red Carpet Dinner provides us all the platform to let our hair down, relax, celebrate and have fun with the whole family and with other people in our community at a 5 star venue where ordinarily most people wouldn’t go to on their own. We believe we are all celebrities and once in a while deserve to be treated as such!
Highlights for Red Carpet Dinner & Community Giants Awards 2017
Community Awards Categories
The aim of this award is to celebrate the champions in our communities who may normally not get recognised or celebrated.
Charity Champions Award: This an award for groups or a persons who is committed to raising money for good causes
Volunteer of the Year: This award is to a volunteer who has made a difference through their volunteering work. They don’t need to have raised the most cash, but an individual who gives freely and unselfishly of his or her time to help others
Nurse of the year: This award is for a nurse whose dedication to duty is second to none.
Care Worker of the Year: This award is for a care worker who can go extra mile in improving the care for patients
Good Neighbour Award: This award is for a person who has exceptionally cared and helped their neighbours.
Service to the Community Award: This award is for a person who has made an impact in their community through their commitment and hard work
Young Achiever of the Year: This award is open to anyone aged 13 to 18 who has shown amazing bravery and for showing the best positive example to peers, their school or college, their community or the city in general.
Child of the year: For young people aged 12 or under who have overcome an adversity or faced up with courage to life’s hardships and challenges
Lifetime Achiever of the year: This award is for a person who have spent most of their adult live helping people in their community and creating noticeable impacts. An Individual who has displayed high levels of Voluntary Achievement over a significant period of time that is not less than 25 years
Role Model of the Year: This award is aimed at a public servant such as a policeman or fire-fighter who has excelled in their duty.
Teacher of the Year: This award is for a teacher who goes that extra mile to support their pupils
Parent of the Year: This award is to a parent who has made huge sacrifices to help their child/Children especially within tough circumstances.
Community project of the Year: This award is for projects carried out by small community groups/organizations
New Community Group Award: This award is for new Community and Voluntary Groups which have been formed within the last Financial Year who has shown excellence in their work towards achieving their aims and objectives
School of the year: For a school which has had a positive impact on its pupils and the wider community.
Public sector hero: Someone who works in the public sector and has gone that extra mile to help others or use his or her skills to assist others or improve their environment.
Sporting hero: For a person who has made an outstanding contribution to local sport. Open to players, coaches, officials and volunteers.
Corporate Social Responsibility Award: The CSR award recognizes the active involvement of a commercial company and its team directly with charitable, voluntary or community projects in its locality, or through its partnership with a local charitable, voluntary or community organization that has had a quantifiably positive effect on the local community over the last year/s
Innovation Award: Groups which demonstrates innovative and creative approaches to community based initiatives
Healthy Lifestyle Award: Groups working to Promote Health and Wellbeing. For example actively encouraging old and young alike to participate in any activity that contributes to a healthier life style, such as keeping fit, walking, promoting healthy eating, smoking cessation, community gardens etc.
Neighbourhood Improvement Award: Groups working to improve the local environment and promote Sustainability through a community development approach.
See you at the Red Carpet☺️☺️