Young Citizen of the Year 2018
Oadby & Wigston Borough Council are once again seeking nominations for the title of Young Citizen of the Year.
Nominees must be aged up to 20 years (or up to 25 years with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities) and should have done something for the public good within the Borough. This can be something social, environmental or of family benefit or it could be some aspect of their activities or character which sets a high example to others. Whatever it is needs to be unrewarded and the individual must not have previously sought reward or acknowledgment.
Nominations can be made via the following methods;
- Via Email: Download a copy of the ‘Young Citizen of the Year Nomination Form’ (found below), complete the form with the requested details and email it to [email protected] with the subject line “Young Citizen Nomination 2016“.
- Via Post: Download a copy of the ‘Young Citizen of the Year Nomination Form’ (found below), complete the form with the requested details and post it to;Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
LE18 2DRPlease ensure that any posted forms are marked for the attention of Mark Smith, Young Persons Co-ordinator.
- By our online form: Just fill out our online form (link below)
The closing date for nominations is Thursday, 31 March 2018. The winner will receive a £100 voucher, a certificate and salver, and be invited to attend the 2016 ‘Mayor Making’ event.
If you require any further information relating to the Young Citizen of the Year title, or for an informal chat regarding the nomination procedure, please contact Mark Smith, the Council‘s Young Persons Co-ordinator, via [email protected] or 0116 257 2675.
Online Form here
Downloadable Form here (.doc)