Nottingham Post Heroes Awards 2017

Puslished: 2 August 2017

I co-ordinate the events here at the Nottingham Post, and I wanted to draw your attention to the fact nominations are now open for our Nottingham Post Heroes Awards 2017 in partnership with Boots.


The Nottingham Post Heroes Awards 2017 in partnership with Boots, celebrates the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our community a better place. Hosted at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in October, it is the biggest awards show of its kind in Nottingham. Once again this year, we are on a search for Nottingham’s finest. Covering categories such as Volunteer of the Year, Community Champion, Child of Courage, Armed Forces plus many more. Nominations can be from all walks of life, of all ages, and from all over the region.

They say they are ordinary people, but their acts are truly extraordinary. It may be for a single act of incredible courage, a long-lasting battle against the odds, or for inspirational campaigning.


You can nominate an individual or a group, simply by logging onto clicking on the Nomination Form tab and completing the form.

After the closing date, three finalists will be shortlisted in each category by an independent judging panel, who will consider every public nomination received. We will then be recognising and celebrating the achievements and outstanding bravery of such individuals at a glittering awards ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Wollaton Street, Nottingham on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. The evening will commence at 6:45pm with a red carpet drinks reception followed by a three course dinner and then the awards.


The official hashtag for the campaign is #NPHeroes


If you would like any further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch, my direct line is 0115 905 1913.


Kind regards,


Richard Edwards

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